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The Clinton Herald
Published: January 26, 2006 01:36 pm
Andy Jack Widener
Andy Jack Widener, 82, of Kettle Island and formerly of Fulton, Ill., died Jan. 13 at Pineville (Ky.) Community Hospital.
Visitation was Jan. 15 at the Creech-Durham Funeral Home, Pineville. Graveside services were conducted Jan. 16 at the Straight Creek Cemetery.
He was born Aug. 7, 1923, in Croos, Ky., to Elijah and Cinda McVay Widener.
He was a veteran of the U.S. Navy.
He was employed with Nabisco Brands, Clinton.
Survivors include three children, Andy (Annette) Widener Jr. of Morrison, Ill., Mrs. Judy (Robert) Dietz of Decatur, Ill., and Mark (Sherry) Widener of Fulton; eight grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; one brother, Wilborn ?Zeke? (Dia, Ind.; and three sisters, Mrs. Cora (Bill) Philpot of Cincinnati, Mrs. Betty (Don) Miller of Arjay, Ky., and Mrs. Sue (Gene) Nunn of Kettle Island.
He was preceded in death by his parents, three brothers and three sisters.
Death date: Jan. 13, 2006
|Widener, Andy Jack (I1093)
Robert Michael Spoelker, 55, of Louisville, passed away Wednesday, June 16, 2010 at Norton Audubon Hospital.
He was an electrician with Ford Motor Co. with 22 years of service. He was a member of Highview Baptist Church , IBEW Local 369, UAW Local and "AARL" Hamm Radio Operator with call letters of "WN4BOT".
Robert was preceded in death by his mother, Jeanetta James Spoelker.
He was a beloved father and grandfather and will be missed by all.
Survivors include his father, Mike Spoelker; his children, Christopher Michael Spoelker (Kesha), April Ann Bridgeman; his siblings, Janna Holland (Bob), Doug Spoelker; grandchildren, Austin Michael Bridgeman, Mya Spoelker.
|Spoekler, Robert Michael (I3892)
|3|| Age 95 of Newcomb, Tennessee passed away Tuesday, November 11, 2014 at her home. She was born October 27, 1919 in Oswego, Tennessee.|
Mildred loved gardening, cooking, canning and taking care of her family. She was a member of the Brick Plant Church of God for over sixty years. In that sixty years she was always involved in her church, she was a Sunday School teacher and the song Leader.
Mildred is preceded in death by:
Floyd Rigney, Sr.
James Freddie Rigney
Janet Sue Rigney Crass
James Martin & Bessie Marshal Cummins
Francis & Mary Louise
Elmer, J.C., J.M. Charles & Donnie Cummins
She is survived by:
Floyd (Buck) Rigney, Jr. & wife Annette
Sandra Kidd & husband Roy
Curt Rigney & wife Christie, Mark Crass & wife Joy, Julie Ann Vourdie & husband Jeff, Michele Languin & husband David, Niki Leann Williams & husband Eric, David Kidd & wife Megan
Ten Great Grandchildren
Rev. John Paul Cummins
Rev. Ralph Crass
Helen, Mary Carolyn, Lois & Calla Cummins
Rose Bud, Lorene & Rosie
Special little girl:
A Host of nieces, nephews, friends & family to mourn her passing
The family will receive friends for visitation: 7 - 8 p.m. Wednesday, November 12, 2014 Harp Funeral Home Chapel.
Graveside Services: 1:15 p.m. Thursday, November 13, 2014 Douglas Cemetery (Wooldridge) Community
Officiating: Rev. John Paul Cummins
The family request no flowers, please send cards & condolences to 3379 Highway 297 Newcomb, Tennessee 37819.
Harp Funeral Home of Jellico in charge of arrangements.
|Cummins, Essie Mildred (I3610)
|4||37th Virginia Infantry|
Confederate States of America
One of the "Immortal 600"
Captured at Spotsylvania, VA
Died as a POW at age 28
|Rosenbalm, Eli (I4594)
|5||6', blue eyes, light hair, fair complexion||Shupe, Austin Andrew (I0552)
|6||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Eidinger, Maximilian Thomas (I7338)
|7||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Sykes, Michael Ruben (I1712)
|8||After Flora died in 1912, Beulah was raised by her grandmother, Lizzie Wilson Widener.||Widener, Beulah (I6973)
|9||After the death of her mother, Sarah was raised by her older sister Clara Gross in Smythe County, Virginia||Widener, Sarah C. (I6297)
|10||After the death of his first wife (presumably in childbirth, with no indication the child lived) James Wesley Hand married the spinster daughter of his neighbor, David Elrod. Lydia was 14 years older than James, and was near the end of her child-bearing years when she had her two daughters.||Family: James Wesley Hand / Lydia Caroline Elrod (F2407)
|11||Age 71 of Newcomb, Tennessee passed away Tuesday, December 03, 2019 at the Saint Joseph Hospital in London, Kentucky. She was born June 29, 1948 in Sevierville, Tennessee.|
Frances was preceded in death by:
David L. Douglas
David D. Douglas
J.C., Donnie, Carl, Marion, Alford & Tommy
Juanita, Ernestine & Edith
She is survived by:
Cody Givens & wife Ashley
Special Nieces & Nephews:
Jennifer, Randy, Nancy, Linda, Diana, Roger & Nina
A host of nieces, nephews, friends & family to mourn her passing.
Frances was a loving funny and always positive attitude person. She will be greatly missed by many. She would always tell you "You got to fight, you can't give up".
The family will receive friends: 6 - 8 p.m. Saturday, December 07, 2019 at the Harp Funeral Home Chapel
Funeral: 8 p.m. at the Funeral Home
Officiating: Rev. Larry Yancey & Rev. Junior Dople
Burial: 11 a.m. Sunday, December 08, 2019 in the Douglas Cemetery (Wooldridge Community)
|Morgan, Helen Frances (I226)
|12||Alberta McCall Copenhaver, age 84, a lifelong resident of the Lodi Community of Washington County, Va., passed away on Monday, January 9, 2016, at the Johnston Memorial Hospital. She was born to the late John A. McCall Sr. and Lucile Buchanan McCall on March 3, 1932. She was a lifetime member of Rock Spring Presbyterian Church, taught at Meadowview school for 25 years, was a member of the Oak Hill Extension Homemakers Club for over 60 years, served on the board and volunteered at the Washington County Fair for over 40 years, served with Washington County 4-H Clubs for over 50 years, and was a charter board member of the Washington County United Way. Alberta was known for her cookies having served them in her home, at local functions, and worldwide. In addition to her parents, she was also preceded in death by her husband of 57 years, Ernest E. Copenhaver; daughter, Susie C. Lang; and brother, John A. McCall Jr. Alberta is survived by her daughter, Cindy Jones and husband, Phil; son, Gene Copenhaver and wife, Jodi; son-in-law, Curtis Lang; seven brothers, Bill McCall, Tom McCall and wife, Rose, Ed McCall and wife, Brenda, Jim McCall and wife, Carolyn, David McCall and wife, Patty, Sam McCall, and Steve McCall and wife, Betty Gayle; sister, Bettie Johnson; three sisters-in-law, Lenna McCall, Eula Roe, and Louise Gray and husband, John; brother-in-law, Steward "June" Copenhaver; seven grandchildren, Matthew Hubble and wife, Maggie, Michael Hubble and wife, Amber, Kevin Lang, Lauren Lang, Brad Copenhaver, Will Copenhaver, and Jaymee Copenhaver; four great-grandchildren, Lucas and Grayson Hubble and Savanah and Jebediah Hubble; numerous nieces and nephews; and her specials friends, the Meadowview Lunch Bunch, Washington County Fair Family, and Cattle Friends from all over. A funeral ceremony will be held at 2 p.m. on Friday, January 13, 2017, at the Main Street Chapel of Farris Funeral Service with the Rev. Suzanne Martin officiating. Interment will follow at Knollkreg Memorial Park where Alberta's grandchildren will serve as pallbearers and her siblings will serve as honorary pallbearers.||McCall, Laura Alberta (I4015)
|13||Ann's father died in 1829. His will, recorded in Washington County, Virginia, left Ann $50 which was to be paid by her brother Robert in items for her support.1|
Court Record 1833 John Larimer's estate was settled in 1833. Court documents show an entry dated November 1832 whereby the estate was charged with the cost of defending a suit brought in Chancery by Samuel McGinnis "committee for Ann Larimemememer a dumb daughter of the testator."3 Ann died in Washington County, Virginia, probably in May 1859 (abstracted county death register). However her name also appears on the 1860 Federal census mortality schedule. She should not have been listed unless she died in May 1860 since the instructions were to supply death information for the 12 months ending June 1, 1860. However this was sometimes interpreted to include the entire previous calender year.4,2
|Larimer, Ann (I3808)
|14||Appointed Justice of the Peace Washington County, Virginia on 10 Apr 1869||Widener, James James (I2248)
|15||Assumed he was killed at Bell's Bridge, Tennessee.||Earls, Andrew J. (I6874)
|16||Aunt Jane Hand Poe was widowed at an early age. Left with 7 children to raise, she had a difficult life.||Family: Wells Poe / Susan Ida Jane Hand (F2411)
|17||Auto Accident||Pribble, Ronald Merle (I8073)
|18||Automobile accident||Seeber, Fletcher (I3366)
|19||Automobile accident||Widener, Ralph (I6395)
|20||Barbara A. Petrey, age 90, of Williamsburg, KY passed away Sunday, October 18, 2020 at Beech Tree Manor Nursing Home in Jellico, TN. She was born September 30, 1930 in Morley, TN to the late Chester and Margaret Schooler Giles. Along with her parents she was preceded in death by her husband; Cleophas Petrey, and 11 brothers and sisters.|
She is survived by one daughter; Jan Patrick (Ron) of Corbin, KY, one son; Aubra Petrey (Kathy) of Corbin, KY, five grandchildren; Tiffany Sparks (Ivan), Amber Black (Doug), Aaron Patrick, Kendra Petrey, Cody Petrey (Lauren), eight great grandchildren, sister-in-law; Sandy Giles of Indianapolis, IN, dear friend; Reinhold Henkelman of Williamsburg, KY, several nieces, nephews, and a host of relatives and friends to mourn her passing.
Funeral service will be 1:00 PM Wednesday, October 21, 2020 at Ellison Funeral Home with Rev. Ande Myers and Rev. Bob Dunston officiating. Interment will be in Highland Park Cemetery Davis Addition.
|Giles, Barbara (I1)
|21||Betty Jane Widener Helton, age 76, of Jake Helton Place, Lenoir, died Saturday, October 9, 2010 at Caldwell Memorial Hospital. She was born December 24, 1933 in Washington County, Virginia to the late Leonard Garfield Widener and Tiny Mae Hand Widener. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by brother, W.C. Bud Widener; and brother-in-law, Donald Ray Kirby.|
Mrs. Helton was a homemaker and a member of Mt. Zion United Methodist Church.
Survivors include her husband, Boyd B. Helton of the home; children, William Boyd Junior? Helton and wife Judy, Kevin Helton and Nancy Crump, Lyn Helton and fiance Boyce Laxton, April Helton and Anita Helton Rose, all of Lenoir; grandchildren, Ryan Lingle, Katelyn Rose, Rylan Crump and Hailey Crump, all of Lenoir; brother, Leonard G. Widner and wife Jimmie Kaye of Lenoir; sister, Ella Mae Kirby of Lenoir; sister-in-law, Gaye Widener of St. Joe, Missouri; and numerous, nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be held Thursday, October 14, 2010 at 2:00 p.m. at Greer-McElveen Funeral Home Chapel conducted by Rev. Chuck Byers and Rev. Sara Fouts. Interment will follow at Mt. Zion United Methodist Church Cemetery.
The family will receive friends Wednesday from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. at the funeral home.
Serving as pallbearers will be: Bill Kirby, Bill Helton, Ryan Lingle, Mike Brennan, Tim Hendrix, Brent Hartley, Tony Helton, Leonard George, Junior Starnes, Tres Widner, Clint Hamby and Michael Pennington.
Memorial contributions may be made to: Mt. Zion United Methodist Church, 2755 Blue Creek Rd., Lenoir, NC 28645 or Northwestern Dialysis of Lenoir, 322 Mulberry St. SW, Lenoir, NC 28645.
|Widener, Betty Jane (I2443)
Death: Nov. 23, 2014
SALTVILLE, Va. Geneva F. "Sissy" DeBusk, age 82, passed away Sunday, November 23, 2014 at Johnston Memorial Hospital in Abingdon, Va. She was preceded in death by her parents, Hank and Thelma Bordwine; husband, Frank DeBusk; son, Billy DeBusk; ddaughter, Diana Poore; and her brother, James Hansel "Buddy" Bordwine. Left here to miss her dearly a daughter, Brenda DeBusk and husband Steve; two sons, Hansel "Pedro" DeBusk and wife Cheryl, and James "Jimmy" DeBusk and wife Lori; sister, Mary Elizabeth DeBusk and husband Burton; 16 grandchildren; 21 great- grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be conducted at 8 p.m. Tuesday, November 25, 2014 at Henderson Funeral Home with the Rev. Denny Mitchell officiating. Graveside services will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday, November 26, 2014 at Pleasant View Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 6 until 8 p.m. prior to the service or at the home of Brenda DeBusk anytime. Grandsons will serve as pallbearers. Online condolences may be made at drhendersonfuneralhome.com. D.R. Henderson Funeral Home in Saltville, Va. is serving the Geneva F. DeBusk family.
|Bordwine, Geneva (I4897)
|23||Birth: Apr. 8, 1916|
Death: Jan. 13, 2012
South Carolina, USA
R. Wayne Powers of Abingdon, VA, more recently of Mt. Pleasant, SC, died January 13, 2012.
He was a native of Washington County, Virginia. In 1940, Wayne moved with his new wife, Velma, to Charlotte, NC, where he was credit and collection manager for the CIT Corporation. He lived there for three years and then moved to Greenville, SC, where he began working in the automobile auction business. Wayne, Velma and their family moved back to Abingdon in 1946.
Wayne was a real estate and tobacco auctioneer and served as Supervisor of Sales for the Abingdon tobacco market for three years. He started his automobile auction company in Bristol, TN. When he sold the business, he formed a real estate auction. This company conducted auction sales in three states before Wayne retired several years later. He was also a builder and real estate developer, and he developed three of Abingdon's subdivisions.
Wayne was always interested in church, civic and community affairs. He was past president of Abingdon Civitan Club, was a charter member of Glenrochie Country Club, where he served on the board of directors for several years, and was a member of St. John Lutheran Church in Abingdon.
After retirement, Wayne and Velma moved to Mt. Pleasant, SC.
Velma preceded Wayne in death in 2005. He was living at Franke at Seaside, a Lutheran Retirement Community, when he died. Wayne is survived by a brother, Leo Powers of Glade Spring, VA; a daughter, Kitti Mullins and her husband Mike Mullins of Mt. Pleasant, SC; and a son, Roger W. Powers, Jr. and his wife Ronna Powers of Carrollton, TX. He is also survived by three grandchildren: Brooks Goode of Vienna, VA; Stacy Gray of Charleston, SC; and Amy Steele of Lexington, SC; five great-grandchildren: Erica, Brandon and Powers Gray, Kennedy Goode and Morgan Steele; and one great-great-grandson, Landon Gray.
A graveside service for Wayne Powers will be held at Knollkreg Memorial Park in Abingdon, January 18, 2012, at 2:30 p.m. with Pastor Scott Homesley officiating.
Velma W. Powers (1916 - 2005)*
|Powers, R. Wayne (I103)
|24||Birth: Aug. 26, 1926|
Death: Mar. 3, 2009
REST IN PEACE..
SERVED IN THE US ARMY..
THANKS FOR YOUR SERVICE..
Funeral for William Ralph Schooler, 82, of Decatur will be Friday, March 6, 2009, at 2 p.m. at Parkway Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Chandler and the Rev. Newman officiating.
Burial will be in Roselawn Cemetery. Visitation will be tonight from 6 to 8 at the funeral home.
Mr. Schooler, who died Tuesday, March 3, 2009, was born Aug. 26, 1926, in Prudence, Tenn., to George and Jane Schooler. He served in the U.S. Army from 1950 to 1957. He retired from Ford Motor Co. in Ypsilanti, Mich., after 30 years of service. He was preceded in death by eight brothers and two sisters.
Survivors include his wife, Helen Schooler; three sons, William R. Schooler Jr. and wife, Sharon, of Olive Branch, Miss., Thomas Landrum and wife, Sandi, of Tecumseh, Mich., and Joseph Schooler of Decatur; three daughters, Donna L. Terry of Somerville, Karyn Borden and husband, Erskine, of Decatur and Pamela Schwall and husband, Greg, of Taylor, Mich.; 13 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren.
Published in the Decatur Daily on 3/5/2009
|Schooler, William Ralph (I1423)
|25||Birth: Dec. 31, 1937|
Death: Sep. 27, 2014
Carolyn ?GayE? Widener, 76, St. Joseph; passed away Saturday, September 27, 2014 at a local hospital.
GayE was born on December 31, 1937 in Gentry, Missouri to the late John and Grace (Blanton) Colvin. She was a graduate of Albany R-III High School, and lived most of her life in Stanberry, MO; before moving to St. Joseph in 2003.
Mrs. Widener had most recently worked and enjoyed her job as a pharmacy tech at Wal-Mart. GayE was of the Methodist faith and enjoyed reading, bowling, visiting with her neighbors and always loved spending time with her family and grandchildren.
GayE married William Clinton Widener on May 2, 1959 in Reno, Nevada. He preceded her in death on March 1, 2000. She was also preceded in death by her sisters, Rose, Levon, Jackie and Betty.
Survivors include a daughter, Becky (Mike) Brennan, St. Joseph; 3 sons, Steve (Sue) Widener, Des Moines, IA; Randy (Jennifer) Widener and Ronny Widener; all of St, Joseph; grandchildren, Aaron (Melodie), Justin (Jenny), Andrew (Danielle), Kaelin, Stephanie, Steven, Kaylee, Jemeca, Landon, Nicholas and Kendall; 6 great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.
Celebration of Life 6:00 PM Friday at the Heaton-Bowman-Smith & Sidenfaden Chapel; where the family will receive friends 4:00-6:00 PM Friday.
Memorial donations may be made in care of the funeral home on behalf of the family.
|Colvin, Carolyn Gaye (I2479)
|26||Birth: Feb. 28, 1913|
Death: Mar. 6, 2005
New York, USA
Watertown Daily Times (NY) - Tuesday, March 8, 2005
A prayer service for Joseph Colombo, 92, Artz Road, will be at 9:45 a.m. Thursday at Scanlon Funeral Home, followed by a funeral Mass at 10:30 a.m. at St. Stephen's Church, both in Croghan, with the Rev. Leo A. Wiley, pastor, officiating. Spring burial will be in St. Stephen's Cemetery.
Mr. Colombo died Sunday in Lewis County General Hospital, Lowville, where he had been a patient since Feb. 11.
Mr. Colombo retired from Latex Fiber Industries, Beaver Falls.
He attended St. Stephen's Church, was a member of McDonald's Breakfast Group, Lowville, which met almost daily for the past 10 years, and was a lifelong Democrat.
Born Feb. 28, 1913, in Wheeler, Ky., son of Francisco and Maria Rigney Fillippini Colombo, he attended school in Liggett, Ky.
He went to work in 1925 at the company general store in Liggett and in 1929 in the coal mines at Harlan, Ky. He moved with his family in the early 1930s to Lewis County, where they built a home and farm on Artz Road. In the late 1930s, he dug by hand the cellar of their house and then for many years operated and managed the family farm.
He married Theresa M. Generous on Jan. 1, 1940, at St. Peter's Church, Lowville. She died Nov. 27.
In 1936, he went to work for UniRoyal, later Latex Fiber Industries. He was eventually in charge of training new employees in the stock-materials preparation department. He became a shift foreman and beater room engineer, retiring in September 1978 as a supervisor after 41 years of service.
During his employment at Latex Fiber Industries, he was instrumental in bringing in the International Brotherhood of Pulp, Sulphite and Paper Mill Workers Union, which was affiliated with the AFL-CIO and of which he was president. He received the 1964 Latex Fiber Industries Man of the Year Award.
Also, for many years, he and his brother, Eatro "Tory," operated Colombo TV Sales and Service, where they sold and serviced Zenith televisions and equipment.
He enjoyed Grand Prix auto racing and traveling with his wife to Oswego as fans of super-modified sports car racing. He also enjoyed caring for and feeding stray animals, politics and reading.
Surviving besides his brother, of Castorland, are two daughters and their husbands, a sister, Caroline Maciejko, Croghan, three grandchildren and two nephews.
|Colombo, Joseph (I3904)
|27||Birth: Jan. 11, 1917|
Death: Sep. 18, 2008
New York, USA
Eatro E. Colombo
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2008
CASTORLAND ? The funeral for Eatro E. "Tory" Colombo, 91, of 8613 Artz Road, will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday at Scanlon Funeral Home, Croghan, with the Rev. Daniel L. Chapin, pastor of St. Stephen's Catholic Church, Croghan, officiating. Burial with military honors will be in St. Stephen's Cemetery, Croghan.
He died Thursday at his home, where he was under the care of his family and Lewis County Hospice. He had been in failing health for two years. Calling hours will be 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home.
He worked for the former Boise Cascade in Beaver Falls, retiring in the 1980s after 50 years of service, and also co-owned and operated Colombo TV Sales and Service in Castorland with his late brother, Joseph. He was a former member of the International Pulp, Sulphite and Paper Mill Workers Union and enjoyed cars, drag racing at Esta Race Track in Cicero during his younger years. He also enjoyed caring for animals and discussing politics.
Born Jan. 11, 1917, in Gatliff, Ky., son of Francisco "Frank" and Mary Fillippini Colombo, he grew up in the mountains of Kentucky, moving with his family to Beaver Falls, where they purchased a farm on Artz Road. He attended school in Kentucky and Beaver River Central School, Beaver Falls. He entered the Army Air Forces on June 3, 1941, serving during World War II with the 347th AAFBU Squadron D as a gunner, flying A-20 bombers on reconnaissance submarine patrols along the eastern coast of the United States. He was honorably discharged as a corporal on Nov. 28, 1944, from Key Field, Miss. He married Evelyn E. Beddingfield on June 15, 1944, in Laurel, Miss.
Surviving besides his wife are a son and his wife, Michael and Kathleen, Beaver Falls; three grandchildren, two stepgrandchildren, a great-granddaughter, two step-great-grandsons, a step-great-granddaughter, nieces and nephews.
Besides his brother, a sister, Carolina "Lena" Maciejko, died before him, on Sept. 10.
Donations may be made to Beaver Falls Volunteer Fire Department Ambulance Fund, Lewis County Friends of Hospice or Lewis County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
From the Watertown Daily Times
|Colombo, Eatro E. (I3906)
|28||Birth: Jun. 13, 1938|
Death: Nov. 19, 2001
James (Freddie) Rigney
James (Freddie) Rigney, 63, of Knoxville, formerly of Newcomb, died on Monday, Nov. 19 at U.T. Medical Center. He was an U. S. Air Force veteran and retired from Norfolk Southern Railroad.
He was preceded in death by father Floyd Rigney of Newcomb.
He is survived by wife Linda Rigney; son Curt Rigney; mother Essie Mildred Rigney; brother Floyd "Buck" Rigney Jr.; sister Janet Sue Crass and Sandra Kidd.
Funeral services were Nov. 21 at Harp Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Ralph M. Crass officiating. Military honors conducted by Campbell County Honor Guard. Internment was in the Douglas Cemetery.
Harp Funeral Home of Jellico is in charge of arrangements.
The LaFollette Press ? 2001
|Rigney, James Freddy (I3611)
|29||Birth: Nov. 11, 1923|
Death: Apr. 27, 2011
Helen Hill Schooler
Funeral for Helen Hill Schooler, 87, of Decatur will be Friday, April 29, 2011, at 2 p.m. at Parkway Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. G.J. Chandler and Dr. Bob Terry officiating. Burial will be in Roselawn Cemetery. Visitation will be tonight from 6 to 8 at the funeral home.
Mrs. Schooler, who died Wednesday, April 27, 2011, was born November 11, 1923, in Muscle Shoals to Floyd and Adelia Hill. She was a Seaman First Class U.S. Navy World War II veteran. She retired from Greyhound Foods. She was preceded in death by her husband, William R. Schooler; three brothers and two sisters.
Survivors include three sons, Thomas Landrum (Sandi) of Tecumseh, Mich., William R. Schooler Jr. (Sharon) of Olive Branch, Miss., and Joseph Schooler (Kate) of Decatur; three daughters, Donna L. Terry of Somerville, Karen Borden (Erskine) of Priceville and Pamela Schwall (Greg) of Taylor, Mich.; two brothers, Kermit Hill of Brownstown, Mich., and Lovis Hill of Somerville; 13 grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren.
|Hill, Helen (I1574)
|30||Birth: Oct. 10, 1914|
Death: Sep. 10, 2008
New York, USA
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2008
CROGHAN ? Carolina "Lena" Maciejko, 93, formerly of Main Street, Croghan, died Wednesday at Samaritan Keep Nursing Home, Watertown, where she had been a resident since June 16.
Mrs. Maciejko went to work for the former Beaverite Products Inc., Beaver Falls, in 1953. She retired in 1982 as a machine operator after 29 years of service.
Born Oct. 10, 1914, in Coxton, Ky., the daughter of Frank and Mary Philippini Colombo, she graduated in 1933 from Beaver River Central School.
She married Henry A. Maciejko on Oct. 18, 1935, in Beaver Falls. Mr. Maciejko died May 6, 1976.
Mrs. Maciejko was a communicant of St. Stephen's Catholic Church and a former member of Beaver River Senior Citizens. She enjoyed gardening, canning, collecting recipes and reading, especially love stories.
Surviving are a son and his wife, Henry A. and Beverly, Henderson; a brother and his wife, Tory and Evelyn Colombo, Beaver Falls; three grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren, and nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews.
A brother, Joseph Colombo, died before her.
A prayer service will be at 10:45 a.m. Saturday at Scanlon Funeral Home. A funeral Mass will follow at 11:30 a.m. at St. Stephen's Catholic Church with the Rev. Daniel L. Chapin, pastor, officiating.
Burial will be in St. Stephen's Cemetery.
Calling hours will be from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at the funeral home.
Donations may be made to Croghan Volunteer Fire Department.
|Colombo, Carolina (I3905)
|31||Born on a farm southeast of Douglass, Kansas||Littell, Lou Etna (I7667)
|32||Born on a farm southeast of Douglass, Kansas||Littell, Maud Myrl (I7669)
|33||BRASSFIELD, Clara M. 83, of Kettering passed away Wednesday September 9, 2009 at Miami Valley Hospital. She is survived by her husband 59 years, Norman Brassfield; children LaVerne Dimitrouleas, Norman N. (Sue) Brassfield, Jr., Patricia Ann Jones, Jonnie (Meredith) Brassfield, and Brenda Sue (Charles) Walters; 13 grandchildren; 9 great grandchildren; brothers Albert (Geraldine) and Arthur (Jenny) Fillippinie; sister Ruby Quinn; numerous nieces, nephews and other family and friends. Funneral services will be held 10:00AM Saturday September 12, 2009 at Newcomer Funeral Home, 3380 Dayton Xenia Rd. Family will receive friends from 5:00-8:00PM Friday September 11, 2009 at the funeral home. Burial will follow services at Valley View Memorial Gardens. To send a special message to the family please visit www.NewcomerDayton.com|
Published in Dayton Daily News on September 11, 2009
|Fillipinie, Clara Mae (I3913)
|34||Cause of Death Breast Cancer||Widener, Martha L (I4725)
|35||Cause of Death End Stage COPD||Estep, Nancy Margaret (I8939)
|36||Cause of Death Stroke||Schooler, Mary (I1401)
|37||Cause of Death Typhoid Fever||Rosenbaum, Walter Glenn (I6369)
|38||Cause of Death: Diarrhea||Mitchell, Lee (I3370)
|39||Cause of death: Heart Attack||Hartley, John Howard (I4785)
|40||Cause of death: leukemia||Hartley, John Howard (I4751)
|41||Cause of Death: Pneumonia||Malone, Kay Francis (I5017)
|42||Cecil Wilburn “Wilbur” Widener, age 78, of Todd Railroad Grade Road, Todd, passed away Wednesday afternoon, July 8, 2020, at his residence.|
Cecil was born October 19, 1941 in Watauga County, son of Lydia Grace Seatz Widener and the late Cecil Garland Widener.
He was a retired employee of New River State Park. Cecil was a member of South Fork Baptist Church.
Mr. Widener is survived by one daughter, Jennifer Chandler, of Todd, North Carolina; one son, Paul Widener, of the home; three granddaughters, Jackie Stutts (Justin), of Lexington, North Carolina, Christina Chandler of Advance, North Carolina and Kylie Chandler (Joey Miller) of Todd, North Carolina; two great-grandchildren; his mother, Grace Seatz Wagoner, of Todd, North Carolina.
In addition to his father, he was preceded in death by his wife, Christine Murdock Widener.
Graveside service and burial for Mr. Cecil Widener will be conducted Sunday afternoon, July 12, 2020, at 3:00 o’clock, at Lily Branch Baptist Church Cemetery. Officiating will be Reverend Homer Murdock and Reverend Dave Adams.
|Widener, Cecil Wilburn (I6849)
|43||Changed last name spelling to Rosenbalm||Rosenbalm, Valentine (I2022)
|44||Charles L. "Johnny" Malone, age 75 of Beavercreek, passed away Tuesday, August 16, 2016. He was born July 25, 1941 in Jellico, Tennessee.|
He is preceded in death by his parents, Bertha Chambers and Lewis A. Malone; and his sister, Kay Francis.
Charles is survived by his wife, Pat; two sons, Johnny (Teresa) and Jeffery; one grandson, Jonathan; five sisters, Betty Janeway, Mary Mahaffey (Kenny), Iris Malone, Sue Thurman (Harry), and Carol Malone. He is also survived by numerous family and friends.
Chuck was owner of Malone's North Main Market in Dayton for 20 years.
Visitation will be August 19, 2016 from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm at Newcomer Funeral Home (3380 Dayton-Xenia Rd., Beavercreek, Ohio 45432). Funeral Service will be held at 10:00 am on August 20, 2016, also at the funeral home. Burial will follow at Mount Zion Shoup Cemetery, Beavercreek.
|Malone, Charles Lewis (I5014)
|45||Clinton Courier May 27,1965|
Mr. Widener,Bull Run Worker Dies
Ray K. Widener, 62, Andersonville Rt.1,died Sunday night at Oak Ridge Hospital.
Mr. Widener was employed as a pipe fitter at TVA's Bull Run Steam Plant.
He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Freda W. Widener, two sons, James R. and Claude W. Widener,three daughters, Brenda, Mary Ann and Kathleen Widener,all of home, and Mrs. Delois Suchard of Ohio,three brothers, Felix of Ohio, Gaylor of Lafollette and David Widener with the U.S. Army in Germany,
one sister, Mrs. Josephine Foley of Indianapolis,Ind.
Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon
in the chapel of Martin Funeral Home in Clinton.Burial was in Jellico Cemetery.
|Widener, Ray Kerr (I0016)
|46||Commanche name is Atetewethtakewa||RedElk, Gerald Roderick (I2191)
|47||Company H 37th VA Infantry||Hand, William Alexander (I6064)
|48||Confederate Records at Virginia State Archives", Vol 5, page 106 - "H. C. Rigney was a private in Co. G, 45th Regt, Virginia Infantry, commanded by Capt Aquilla Randall. Remarks: Died in prison." Enlisted Sept 1863 at Dublin for duration of war.|
Roll of Prisoners of War at Harper's Ferry, WV, captured at Winchester by Gen. Sheridan's Forces on Sept 19, 1864, and sent to Point Lookout, Md. Among 570 paroled Confederate prisoners of war, including 8 surgeons, 2 officers, and 1 chaplain. Hospital Muster Roll of Paroled Prisoners, sick in Chimborazo Hospital No. 1, Richmond, Va. to Jan. 1, 1865. Died 7th day of Feb 1865 in Carroll County from Dysentery contracted while in prison at Point Lookout, Md.
|Rigney, Henley C (I3285)
|49||Cox & Son Funeral Home|
Serving families in East Tennessee & Southeast Kentucky since 1910
Rose Malone – Complete Obituary
Rose (Flemming) Malone, age 97, of Jellico, Tennessee passed away Saturday afternoon, October 24, 2020 at Huntsville Manor in Huntsville, TN.
She was born on June 26, 1923 to the late Roy Flemming and Angeline “Catherine” Powers Adkins in Jellico, TN.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Lewis A. (Dee) Malone; son, Robert “Bob” Malone; and grandson, Robert E. “Wee Bob” Malone.
She is survived by two daughters, Sue Thurman, and husband, Harry, of Chattanooga, TN and Carol Malone, of Jellico, TN; five grandchildren, Jackie Sullivan (Danny), Jacinda Byrge (Josh), Douglas Malone, Wendell Malone, and Greg Malone (Melissa); 12 great-grandchildren; several great-great-grandchildren; former daughter-in-law, Dianne Lynch; numerous nieces and nephews, and a host of friends, neighbors, and other relatives to mourn her passing.
The family will receive friends for visitation on Wednesday, October 28, 2020 from 11:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. at the Cox & Son Funeral Home Chapel.
The funeral will follow on Wednesday, October 28, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. at the Cox & Son Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Lester Cox officiating.
Interment will follow in the Huddleston Cemetery in the Crouches Creek Community of Jellico, TN.
|Flemming, Rose (I7539)
|50||Cremated, Ashes scattered.|
Specifically: Ashes scattered at Grandparents graves, Widener Valley Cemetery Washington County, Virginia
|Widener, Shirley Doris (I0310)
|51||DAMASCUS, Va. Ethel D. Campbell, age 89, of Damascus, Va., went to be with the Lord on Saturday, November 23, 2013, at Johnston Memorial Hospital in Abingdon, Va. She was a native of Washington County, Va., and had lived in Damascus, Va., most of her life. She was a daughter of the late Ira and Lennice DeBusk and a member of Sutherland Community Church. In addition to her parents, she was also preceded in death by two brothers, Harold DeBusk and Charles DeBusk; and one sister, Opal D. Bryan. She is survived by one son, Paul D. Campbell and his wife Joyce, of Shady Valley, Tenn.; two daughters, Rita C. Trent and her husband Mike, of Damascus, Va., and Kathi L. Mahala and her husband Walt, of Abingdon, Va.; one sister, Ruby D. Tinker of Daytona, Fla.; 11 grandchildren; 16 great- grandchildren; 6 great- great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. The family will receive friends from 6 until 7:45 p.m. Monday, November 25, 2013, in the Riverview Chapel at Garrett Funeral Home with the funeral service to follow at 8 p.m. Monday with Pastor Dave Allen and Pastor Mac Harr officiating. The committal service and inurnment will be at 2 p.m. Friday, November 29, 2013, in the Colonial Chapel Mausoleum at Forest Hills Memory Gardens in Abingdon, Va. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial contributions be sent to Damascus Volunteer Rescue Squad, P.O. Box 458, Damascus, VA 24236.||DeBusk, Ethel Louise (I4833)
|52||Danny Mitchell Obituary|
Here is Danny Mitchell’s obituary. Please accept Echovita’s sincere condolences.
It is always difficult saying goodbye to someone we love and cherish. Family and friends must say goodbye to their beloved Danny Mitchell of Coalfield, Tennessee, born in Oliver Springs, Tennessee, who passed away at the age of 66, on July 2, 2021. You can send your sympathy in the guestbook provided and share it with the family. You may also light a candle in honor of Danny Mitchell.
He was loved and cherished by many people including : his parents, Auther Mitchell and Emma Mitchell; his wife Sandra Mitchell; his sons, Danny Ray Mitchell II and Darrell Lynn Mitchell; and his siblings, Bill Mitchell (Charlotte), Susie Mitchell, Diane Powell (Robert) and Connie Culver (Glenn).
Visitation will be held on Tuesday, July 6th 2021 from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM at the Premier Sharp Funeral Home (209 Roane St, Oliver Springs, TN 37840). A funeral service will be held on Tuesday, July 6th 2021 at 7:00 PM at the same location. A graveside service will be held on Wednesday, July 7th 2021 at 11:00 AM at the Estes Cemetery (Oliver Springs, TN 37840).
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Coalfield Seventh Day Adventist Church Food Bank at PO Box 217, Coalfield, TN 37719.
|Mitchell, Danny Ray (I214)
|53||David ?Hotshot? Rigney, 64, of Evarts, passed away Monday, January 25, 2016, at the UK Medical Center following a long illness. Born June 14, 1951 in Harlan County, he was a former milk delivery man and a member of the Yocum Creek Fire Department. He believed in the Baptist faith.|
Hotshot was preceded in death by his parents, Dollie Lynch Rigney and Clyde Rigney; and a half-brother, James Clyde Rigney.
Survivors include two sisters, Mary Lou Furgerson and husband, Billy, Evarts; Dottie Sue Rigney, Evarts; a brother, Lee Earl Rigney, Middlesboro; and a host of nieces and nephews, other family and friends.
Visitation will be held Wednesday from 5 until 8 pm at the Evarts Funeral Home.
Funeral services will be conducted Thursday, January 28, 2016, at 2 pm in the Chapel of the Evarts Funeral Home with the Reverend Don Johnson officiating.
Burial will follow in the Evarts Memorial Gardens with family and friends serving as pallbearers.
|Rigney, David (I8825)
|54||David Dwayne Douglas Tuesday, July 21, 2015 David Dwayne Douglas, 48, of Corbin, passed away on July 21, 2015 at UKMC in Lexington. He has gone to Heaven to be with his best friend and wife, Kimberly Douglas, and his loving Dad, David L. Douglas. David loved to travel and explore new places. He is now strolling the shores of Heaven.David is survived by three children, Christopher Dwayne Douglas, Ciera Danielle Douglas, and Caitlin Desirae Douglas, all of Corbin; mother and step-dad, Frances and Ken Anderson of Newcomb, Tennessee; sister, Tammy Givens of Resaca, Georgia; nephews, Cody and Joseph Givens of Resaca, Georgia; mother-in-law, Sandy Reece of Corbin; and numerous family and friends who mourn his passing.The family will receive friends from 5:00 P.M. Thursday, July 23 until the funeral at 7:00 P.M. at Vankirk-Grisell Funeral Home.Friends may gather at the funeral home at 11:00 A.M. on Friday to travel in procession to Pine Hill Cemetery for burial.||Douglas, David Dwayne (I228)
|55||David Oscar Widner, 54, of the Denton Valley community, passed away on Tuesday, May 24, 2022, at Johnston Memorial Hospital.|
He was born on January 19, 1968, in Sullivan County, Tenn. to David “Frosty” Widner and Carolyn Rose Widner.
Oscar enjoyed the outdoors. He was an avid fisherman and hunter.
He was preceded in death by his father, David “Frosty” Widner.
Survivors include his wife, Krystal Widner; mother, Carolyn Widner; two daughters, Montana and Sarah Widner; one step-son, Theron Naples; three brothers, Cecil Widner, Glen Widner (Missy) and James Widner; two sisters, Candice Widner and Ashley Widner; several nieces and nephews.
A graveside service will be held at 11 a.m., Friday, May 27, 2022, at Rhudy Cemetery with Bro. Junior Gobble officiating. Family and friends will gather at the cemetery by 10:45 a.m.
|Widner, David Oscar (I4306)
|56||Death by automobile accident||Campbell, Bobbie (I8032)
|57||death certificate indicates first name "Jane"||Schooler, Jane (I1513)
|58||Deduced based on age at death.||Wallace, Ethel M. (I5960)
|59||Died about age 15||DeBusk, Lyda (I6695)
|60||Died age 7||DeBusk, Phillip (I4826)
|61||Died April 13, 1864 in Of small pox at Fort Delaware while a prisoner||Debusk, James E. (I5934)
|62||Died around 1910-1912 in a flash flood when she went back to rescue some baby chickens.||DeBusk, Mary Jane (I6676)
|63||Died as a prisoner of war.||Howell, Lorenzo Dow (I6863)
|64||Died at Raleigh Airport||Cole, Walter Reese Jr. (I1595)
|65||Died at the birth of her first child||Widner, Lillian Victoria (I6649)
|66||Died at the home of his daughter, Molly Widener Day||Widener, Andrew Jackson (I0921)
|67||Died at the home of his niece, Cordella Hounshell McAble in the evening he arrived from Kansas for a visit.||DeBusk, Samuel Jasper (I6080)
|68||Died during childbirth of John David Brown||Widener, Clarice (I6256)
|69||Died in an auto accident||Hartley, William Blair (I4759)
|70||Died in automobile accident.||DeBusk, Billy Wayne (I4898)
|71||Died in House fire||Sprague, David Wayne (I1452)
|72||Died in House fire||Sprague, Dustin Michael (I1453)
|73||Died in House fire||Benson, Anthony James (I1455)
|74||Died in infancy||Vestal, Doris (I4434)
|75||Died in the Civil War. Unknown cause||Pugh, Clark W. (I6870)
|76||Died of appendicitis at an early age||Widner, Robert P. (I6648)
|77||Died of burns||Wilson, Ona Bell (I7062)
|78||Died of cancer||Mitchell, Wanda Jane (I3361)
|79||Died of Cancer Death Certificate 3978||Shupe, Margaret Elizabeth (I0105)
|80||Died of Lockjaw (Tetanus)||Widener, Dorothy (I6308)
|81||Died of Pellagra||Miller, Sarah Fannie (I6641)
|82||Died on day 1 of the Battle of Gettysburg||Eller, Matthias (I5351)
|83||Died when her youngest child was 2 days old||Tilson, Minnie Candace (I6652)
|84||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Butler, Brian David (I3278)
|85||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Family: Brian David Butler / Heather Paige Prout (F1077)
|86||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Family: Walter Reese Cole, Jr. / Patricia Hall (F0595)
|87||DIXON ? Julia Ann Cover, 83, of Dixon, died Friday, June 30, 2017 at her home.|
Julia was born April 4, 1934, in Dixon, the daughter of Clara (McConnell) Early. She married Eugene W. Cover on July 12, 1968, in Dixon. He preceded her in death on April 7, 2009.
She was a homemaker.
Survivors include six daughters, Shelby (Galen) Boyd of Heiskell, Tennessee, Linda (Russ) Manson of Manlius; Cynthia (Steve) Bonnell of Dixon; Patti Jo (Ski People) Sperling of Bowling Green, Ohio, Kim Nicklaus of Liberty Center, Ohio, and Chris (Jim) Whitson of Burnside, Kentucky; five sons, Charles MacRunnels, Phillip (Tillie) MacRunnels, and Dwayne (Lisa) MacRunnels, all of Dixon, James (Colleen) MacRunnels of Elburn, and Duane Cover of Liberty Center, Ohio; brother Walt (Janet) McConnell of Tuscon, Arizona; and 41 grandchildren; 78 great-grandchildren; and nine great-great-grandchildren.
She also was preceded in death by a brother and her grandparents.
|McConnell, Julia Ann (I7605)
|88||Dottie Sue Rigney|
November 08, 1945 - March 16, 2021
Dottie Sue Rigney, 75, of Harlan Health and Rehab, formerly of Red Bud, passed away Tuesday, March 16, 2021, at the Harlan App. Regional Hospital. Born November 8, 1945, she was a lifelong resident of Harlan County. She believed in the Holiness faith.
Dottie Sue is preceded in death by her parents, Clyde Rigney and Dollie Lynch Rigney; her twin sister, Mary Lou Furgerson; and a brother David “Hot Shot” Rigney.
Survivors include a brother, Lee Earl Rigney, Middlesboro; her nieces and nephews, Tina Furgerson, Red Bud; Angela Shular and husband, Jody, Kenvir; Danny Ray Furgerson and wife, Cathy, Georgia; Pam Middleton and husband, Mike, Putney; Barbara King, Red Bud; Billy Wayne Furgerson and wife, Veronica, Sweetwater, TN; and many friends she had made over the years at the nursing home.
Her visitation will be held Wednesday from 5 until 8 pm at the Evarts Funeral Home. Funeral services will be conducted Thursday, March 18, 2021, at 2 pm in the Chapel of the Evarts Funeral Home with the Reverend Jack Ford officiating.
Burial will follow in the Evarts Memorial Gardens with Mike Middleton, Jody Shular, Michael Bennett, Drew Woods, Brody Chadwick and Abe Bennett serving as pallbearers.
|Rigney, Dottie Sue (I8829)
|89||Druscilla Higgins Woolum|
December 22, 1922 - September 30, 2020
Druscilla Higgins Woolum passed away Wednesday, September 30, 2020, at The Heritage in Corbin. Born December 22, 1922, in Gray, Kentucky, she was the daughter of the late James Deco Farris and Lola Steele Farris. She lived to be 97 years, 9 months, and 8 days of age.
A Godly woman, Druscilla was a loving mother, grandmother, and great grandmother. For 42 years, she worked as an educator in the Knox County School System as both a teacher and librarian. She enjoyed flower gardening, and, according to her family, could make anything grow, “even a stump.”
In addition to her father and mother, she was preceded in death by her first husband, Rufus Higgins; her second husband, Roy Cecil Woolum; her daughter, Teena Wells; and two brothers: Deco Farris and James Farris.
She leaves behind her daughter, LaVetta Mahan; son, Rufus D. Higgins and wife Thelma; son-in-law, Troy Wells; grandchildren: Mike Mahan and wife, Robin, Karen Garland, Rebecca Stewart and husband Tommy, Elizabeth Stewart and husband James, Rachel Witkoski and husband Patrick, Arlinda Henry and husband Ken, Deidre Higgins, and Deron Higgins; great-grandchildren: Ryan Mahan, Derek Mahan and wife Maggie, Jordan Smith, Chandler Stewart, Kaiti Garland, Kami Garland, Shelby Stewart, Bailey Stewart, Carter Stewart, Kendale Wilson, and Caroline Witkoski; sister, Trevella Hodge, and brother, Jimmy Farris and wife Joyce. She is also survived by numerous other relatives and many friends.
Graveside funeral services, officiated by Mike Anderson, will be private at Cumberland Memorial Gardens. Burial will follow with Rufus D. Higgins, Deron Higgins, Troy Wells, Mike Mahan, Tommy Stewart, and Patrick Witkoski serving as pallbearers.
|Farris, Druscilla (I6995)
|90||Edna never married.||Widener, Edna (I4175)
|91||Edna Rosenbaum, 91, of Kuna, died Friday, May 18, 2012 at home.|
A private committal service will be held at 2:00 PM Tuesday, May 22, 2012 at the Kuna Cemetery, Kuna, Idaho. A public memorial services will be held at 11:00 AM on Wednesday, May 23, 2012 at the Nampa Presbyterian Church, 400 Lake Lowell Ave, Nampa, Idaho 83686.
The family suggests memorials be made to the Nampa Presbyterian Church.
Edna was born in Ashland, Oregon and into a ranching family, growing up she spent countless hours in the Southern Oregon mountains riding her horse with her dogs as her companions.
After graduating from Ashland High School Edna met her future husband, Robert "Pete" T. Rosenbaum, Sr. They were married in Reno, Nevada, in 1940. In 1941 the happy couple welcomed their only son into their life, Robert T. Rosenbaum, Jr.
Edna and Robert Sr. continued the family ranching in Ashland, Oregon on Edna's parents' ranches while Pete worked in the local sawmills. Upon Robert Jr. reaching graduation and taking over a family ranch in Powell Butte, Oregon, Edna decided to expand her future by going back and getting her teacher's degree at Southern Oregon College, in Ashland, Oregon. Edna stayed with her parents in one of their homes while Pete continued his work in the sawmills.
Robert Jr. and his wife Darlene were married and ranched a few years in Powell Butte, Oregon before starting their family. Three wonderful granddaughters were born, Rhonda Meyer, Brenda Beem, and Teresa Plank.
Upon graduating Edna and Pete moved to Potter Valley, California, where Edna began her 18 year teaching career at Potter Valley and Ukiah, California. Pete became a sawyer at the local saw mill and both Edna and Pete retired there.
At that time, Edna and Pete moved to Kuna, Idaho to be closer to their son and family. Pete passed away a few months after the move and Edna's faith helped her to reach out and gain wonderful friends in the Presbyterian Church in Nampa.
Edna also became extremely involved with many garden and flower clubs in the Nampa area. Edna's yard, was and still is a testimonial to Edna's green thumb. She had a passion for creating beautiful landscapes, gardening, and enjoyed creating hybrid iris. She met many wonderful people in the garden clubs that she attended and in the community.
Edna was also fortunate to have seven grandchildren: three granddaughters and four grandsons, Danica, Desiree, Ross, Brandon, Robert, Austen, and Gretchen.
|Hash, Edna Victoria (I6215)
|92||Elijah died sometime after 1880||Rigney, Elijah (I0104)
|93||ELKTON, Md. -- James Everett DeBusk, 77, died Monday, Jan. 29, 2001, at Christiana Hospital in Newark, Del.|
He was a native of Glade Spring, Va., and had lived in Maryland mostof his life. He was the son of the late Issac and Susan Widener DeBusk. Mr. DeBusk owned Jim's Diesel Service in Elkton. He enjoyed fishing and listening to country and western music.
He is survived by his wife of 42 years, Lena L. Doles DeBusk; two daughters, Kathryn L. DeBusk of Columbia, S.C., and Leska L. DeBusk of Davenport, Fla.; three sons, James A. DeBusk of Atlanta, Ga.; two stepsons, Chester J. Doles and Charles G. Doles, both of Dahlanga, Ga.; two sisters, Flora Carey of Newark, Del., and Martha Blevins of Glade Spring; one brother, Burton DeBusk of North East, Md.; 19 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.
The funeral service will be conducted at noon Friday, Feb. 2, 2001,in the Johnson Funeral Home Chapel in Damascus with Rev. Roger Boyer officiating. Burial will follow in Pleasant View Cemetery in Glade Spring, Va. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to
Chesapeake Chapter, Downs Syndrome Congress, c//o Hicks Home for Funerals, 103 West Stockton St., Elkton, MD 21921. The family will receive friends from 11 a.m. to noon Friday prior to the funeral service at Johnson Funeral Home.
|DeBusk, James Everette (I4882)
|94||Ellen "Toots" Widener, 78, of Damascus, Va., passed away on Tuesday, April 9, 2019, at the University of Virginia Medical Center in Charlottesville, Va. She was a life long resident of Damascus, Va. born on July 9, 1940, a daughter of Virginia Clementine Evans and the late William Keith Evans of Damascus, Va. In addition to her father, she was preceded in death by her husband, Tommy Allen Widener. She was known as a hard working farm girl where she grew up on her family farm in Damascuscus, Va. She also worked at and enjoyed her Food City, Abingdon, Va. family. She was everyone's mom and mamaw. Toots enjoyed crocheting, reading, watching westerns, and loved John Deere tractors. In addition to her mother, she is survived by her s son, William Allen Widener of Damascus, Va.; three grandchildren, Chasity Craft and her husband, Christian, of Richmond, Va., Danielle Drake and her husband, Nathan, of Sierra Vista, Ariz., and Jarryd Widener of Damascus, Va.; six grandchildren, Carter Craft, Cate Craft, Lauren Drake, Caroline Drake, Morgan Widener, and Jonathen Widener; two brothers, Eddie Evans and Bill Evans both of Damascus, Va.; three nieces, Marty Helton, Margie Evans, and Teresa Musser; and two nephews, Chris Evans and Mike Criddle.||Evans, Virginia Ellen (I8966)
|95||Elwanda Virginia "Wanda" Widener, 67, of Damascus, died Tuesday, March 8, 2005,|
at Bristol Regional Medical Center in Bristol, Tenn.
She was born in Chester County, Pa., and was the daughter of the late Vance and
Lockie Pennington Barlow. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death
by her husband, Ralph Dean Widener and a sister, Clara Alice Pennington.
She had lived in Pocahontas for many years prior to moving to Washington County
in 1991. She was of the Baptist Faith.
Survivors include one daughter and son-in-law, Rebecca Ann and Bobby Moore of
Glade Spring; two granddaughters, Taylor Brooke Moore and Lauryn Nichole Moore,
both of Glade Spring; three sisters and brothers-in-law, Lillian Wyatt of
Chilhowie, Polly and Willis Gilley of Marion and Betty Wylene and Bobby Coe of
Sugar Grove; one brother and sister-in-law, Marvin and Renee Barlow of Bristol,
Tenn.; and several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were conducted Friday evening, March 11, 2005, in the Garrett
Funeral Home Chapel. The Rev. Gary Ritchie and the Rev. Warren Wilson officiated
the ceremony. The committal service and interment will be at 12 noon, Saturday,
March 12, 2005, at Sunset Memorial Park in Damascus.
|Barlow, Elwanda Virgina (I33)
|96||Ernest E. Copenhaver Sr., 80, of Meadowview, passed away Friday, March 23, 2012. Mr. Copenhaver, along with his brother June, farmed livestock for over 62 years in the Lodi Community and had a great love for the beef industry. He served the Rock Spring Presbyterian Church as a Deacon and loved spending time with his grandchildren. Ernest was past president of Big M Farm Services, served as the past president of Virginia Cattleman's Association, past board member of the National Cattleman's Beef Association, past president of Abingdon Feeder Cattle Association, past board member of the Virginia Cattleman's Industry Board and was a charter member of the Virginia Cattle Foundation Board.|
Mr. Copenhaver received the Virginia Cattleman of the year award in 1988, Virginia Cattle Industry Service Award in 1996 and the Sunbelt Expo Virginia Farmer of the year in 1999. He was preceded in death by his parents, Steward and Goldie Neese Copenhaver.
He is survived by his wife of 57 years, Alberta McCall Copenhaver; son, Gene (Jodi) Copenhaver of Meadowview; daughters, Susie (Curtis) Lang of Rock Hill, S.C. and Cindy (Phil) Jones of Meadowview; brother, Steward Copenhaver Jr. of Meadowview; sisters, Eula Roe of Meadowview and Louise (Johnny) Gray of Adwolfe; grandchildren, Matthew (Maggie) Hubble, Kevin Lang, Michael (Amber) Hubble, Lauren Lang, Brad Copenhaver, Will Copenhaver, Jaymee Copenhaver; great-grandchildren, Lucas, Grayson and Savanah Hubble.
Funeral services will be conducted 1 p.m. Tuesday, March 27, 2012 at the Main Street Chapel of Farris Funeral & Cremation Service with the Rev. Robert Thorton officiating. Burial will follow in Knollkreg Cemetery with the grandchildren serving as pallbearers. Honorary Pallbearers will be Bob Steele, Eddie Bailey, Fred Thomas, Reggie Reynolds, Joe Derting, Phil Blevins, Raymond Buchanan, Bill McKinnon, Butch Foster, Dr. Ernest Henry and the loafing buddies at Whittlin' Ridge and Osceola.
|Copenhaver, Eugene (I4016)
|97||Found in 1910 census, living in Columbus, Ohio with Gertrude, Robert Edgar, Raymond and Claro||Widener, James Alexander (I89)
|98||From the History of Damascus, by L.F. Hall:"About 1897, it (Damascus Post Office) was moved to the little building built by A.A. Mock in the corner of his yard with Miss Florence Rambo as its postmistress."||Rambo, Nancy Florence (I6085)
|99||From The Knoxville News Sentinel 30 Aug 2005|
COLLINS, SFC LAWRENCE EARL JR. "SARGE" - age 63 of Powell, TN.
GENTRY, CHARLES E. - age 70,
TOWNS, ROY LEE - 85, long-time Oak Ridger,
COLLINS, SFC LAWRENCE EARL JR. "SARGE" - age 63 of Powell, TN. Born May 20,
1942 in Kingsport, TN, departed this life Saturday, August 27, 2005 of an
apparent drowning on Norris Lake. Sarge joined the Army in 1959, serving two tours
of duty in Vietnam. He received many medals while serving his Country, which
included 2 Bronze Stars, one with Valor before he retired Sergeant First Class
in 1979. He was a former employee at ACUB in Clinton, Corrections Officer at
Kentucky State Reformatory before retiring due to health reasons. Sarge was an
avid fisherman and boater. He loved feeding and watching the birds, and
gardening. He loved watching football especially the U.T. Vols. He was also the
founder of a chapter of Alcoholics Anonymous in Oak Ridge. Sarge is preceded in
death by: parents, Lawrence Collins Sr. & Irma Collins. Survivors: wife, Kathy
Collins of Shelbyville, TN; daughter, Tonya Kay Walton of Shelbyville, TN;
sisters, Maria & husband Tommy Samples of Powell, TN, Denise & husband Bob Walker
of Clinton, TN; brother, Jeff Collins of Oak Ridge, TN; several aunts, nieces &
nephews and a host of friends-many of who were from his favorite hang out at
the Hitching Post in Clinton, TN. Sarge was a wonderful person and will be
greatly missed by all who knew him and loved him very much. In lieu of flowers
send donations to any rescue squad. Family will receive friends Wednesday,
August 31; 6:30-8:00 pm with funeral following at 8:00 pm in the Chapel of Jones
Mortuary in Clinton, TN with the U S Army Chaplain officiating. Interment will
be private. Jones Mortuary in Clinton, TN is in charge of all arrangements.
|Collins, Lawrence E. Jr. (I4659)
|100||From the LaFollette Press, Thursday, August 14, 2008:|
David Lee Douglas, 77 of Sukey Hollow, Williamsburg, Ky passed away Aug. 6 at Oak Tree Hospital in Corbin, Ky. He was born July 11, 1931 in Newcomb.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Horace and Alberta Rigney Douglas; brothers, Jim, Everett, Jack, Steve and Estel; sisters, Gracie May, Reba, Wilma and Goldie.
He is survived by his wife of 42 years, Frances Douglas; son, David Dwayne Douglas and wife, Kim of Louisville, Ky; daughter, Tammy Givens and husband, David of Dalton, GA; brother, Bill Douglas and wife, Loretta of Sidney, OH( who
followed him in death 12 hours later.); sisters, Ruth Couch and husband, Eddie of Benton, Bertha Newport and husband, Jack of Oneida; grandchildren, Cody Givens, Christopher Douglas, Joseph Givens, Ciera Douglas and Caitlin Douglas; a host of friends and family to mourn his passing.
Funeral services were held Aug. 8 in the Harp Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Andrew Ayers and Rev. Allen Marlow officiating. Interment was in the Douglas Cemetery.
|Douglas, David (I3734)
|101||From: "Jackson Cty Historical Association" < firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: [CHILDRESS-L] ATTN: GARY CHILDRESS re: MITCHELL CHILDRESS, SR. REV WAR APPLICATION FILE|
Date: Mon, 17 May 1999 11:33:37 -0500THIS IS PRIMARILY FOR GARY CHILDRESS, but may be of
interest to others on the List:
Mitchell Childress, Sr., born Oct 1750 in Henrico Co, VA.
Moved from Amherst Co, VA to Wilkes Co, NC, and served in
Rev War from Wilkes Co, NC. His Rev War Pension
Application No. 7569 shows he was placed on the Roll of E.
Tennessee at the rate of $23.33 per annum to commence on
March 4, 1831. Mitchell Childress, Sr. died in 1844 in
Knox Co, TN. He was twice married: first to Hannah
Webb and later to Rachel Hendrix in March 1815 in Knox Co,
TN. His heirs were listed in Mitchell Childress' will,
and included, among others, his son, John K. Childress.
Mitchell Childress, Sr.'s will was probated in Knox Co, TN
A copy of a letter written on May 22, 1854, (AT THE REQUEST
OF JOHN K. CHILDRESS), by R. T. Scott, to the Commissioner
of Pensions, Washington City, reads as follows:
"I am requested by Mr. John K. Childers, who resides in my
neighborhood, by letter bearing date May 12, Inst(ant) to
make the necessary enquiry in the pension office in
relation to the Pension of HIS FATHER Mitchell Childers.
Said pension is in consideration of Rev. services under the
act of Congress 1832. I wish to ascertain the amount
paid, and the precise date at which his pension stopped,
and how much is due his heirs remaining unpaid, and any
other information concerning said pension furnished by the
? in your office, an early answer is desired. Your
R. T. Scott
Agent for the State of Alabama"
NOTE ONE: The words in all caps were typed in caps to
show emphasis. Also, I typed the surname as spelled in
the original transcription. FYI, R. T. Scott was the
founder of Scottsboro, Alabama, the town in which John K.
Childress settled, married, raised his family, and died in
Jackson Co, AL.
NOTE TWO: John K. Childress, son of Mitchell and Rachel
(Hendrix) Childress, moved from Knox Co, TN to Jackson
County, AL when he was about 21 years of age. WHY???
John K. Childress purchased 80 acres of prime land in
Jackson Co, AL in 1836; therefore, he must have received an
advance on his inheritance from Mitchell and Rachel
Childress before he left E. Tennessee and headed for North
Alabama. John K. Childress served in the Creek Indian War
from June 14, 1836, until Aug 17, 1836, and served in the
Cherokee Removal in 1838. Both times he volunteered for
military service in Jackson Co, AL. Much of his personal
vitae has been obtained from his bounty land and pension
applications based on his 1836 and 1838 military service
record. He was well educated, taught school, served as a
school and church trustee, and was elected and served as
Justice of the Peace in Jackson Co, AL for a number of
years. He must have placed a great emphasis on classical
education, as all his children were well educated for this
locale and period of time. This is considered an
important factor, as very little emphasis was placed on
education in this area immediately after the Civil War.
Civil War destruction and reconstruction both took a heavy
toll on family finances. Due to necessity, most families'
primary goal was survival and the rebuilding of family
farms. There were no public schools, and education came
at a great price and sacrifice of what little income the
families were able to eke out of the good earth.
Would like to correspond with descendants of Mitchell
Ann B. Chambless
|Childress, Mitchell (I5725)
|102||George Washington Littell was born with the surname of Littell but he used the name Little, hence his children have carried on the surname of Little.||Littell, George Washington (I7666)
|103||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Andrews, Dorse (I0856)
|104||Given name may be spelled Charley||Campbell, Charlie W. (I7969)
|105||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Widener, Raymond (I0927)
|106||Given up for adoption at some point in time after birth.||Alsbury, Lorraine (I8814)
|107||Glenn Isaac Rigney, 73, of Evarts, passed away Wednesday, July 18, 2018, at the Harlan ARH. Born December 31, 1944, he was a native and lifelong resident of Harlan County. Glenn was the manager of the Stone Mountain Boat Dock for many years and prior to that had worked at Western Auto. He attended the Victory Baptist Church.|
He is preceded in death by his wife, Corliss Grills Rigney; his parents, Charles Rigney and Gertie Greene Rigney; and five brothers, J.P., ?Tubby?, Jerry, Paul and Kenneth Rigney.
Survivors include two children, Rick Rigney, Evarts; and Denise Wilder and husband, Johnny, Evarts; one brother, Carl Rigney, Elsmere, KY; two grandchildren, Christian Joel Hall and Paul Ryan Hall; one great-granddaughter, Olivia Wilder; and a host of other family and friends.
Graveside services were held Friday, July 20, 2018, at the Evarts Memorial Gardens.
|Rigney, Glenn Isaac (I8819)
|108||Gravestone shows LC McConnell||McConnell, Lucy Clementine (I0795)
|109||GRid=203733733||Presley, Helen (I1592)
|110||GRid=28334632||Foley, Anna Clementa (I0029)
|111||He served U. S. Navy LST 37 Pacific Theatre World War II.||Hartley, William Blair (I4759)
|112||Helen is listed in the 1940 census as 12 years old which would make her born about 1928. However, the 1930 census for her father shows his father as single.||Williams, Helen Beatrice (I3965)
|113||Henry was a childhood friend of mine. Remember him very well.||Rigney, Sgt. Henry (I3621)
|114||Henry was about 16 years old when his parents moved west.||Widener, Henry (I7640)
|115||Henry was disabled by an "injury to the breast" at Burnside Point, Kentucky in the spring of 1964 and also suffered rheumatism while in Alabama near the Tennessee River in the winter of 1964.||Widner, Henry Clay (I1064)
|116||Her death certificate spells her name Gracie rather than Grasie, according to Find A Grave member osengineer3.||Douglas, Grasie Mae (I3724)
|117||Her mother died during Hazel's childbirth and Hazel was raised by her Aunt Elizabeth Widener Piatte and went by the last name Piatte.||Widener, Hazel (I6455)
|118||Hettie never married. She is buried with her parents and maternal grandparents.||Printz, Lydia Hester (I4612)
|120||http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=Widener&GSiman=1&GScid=507&GRid=118768407&||Bailey, Payton (I7695)
|121||In accordance to grandchildren, Wayne Douglas listed in the obit as a son is really a grandson.||Rigney, Alberta (I3636)
|122||In Claiborne County, Tenn. about the turn of the century there lived a man by the name of Buck Phillip s . He d i d n ' t like to work and his family was starving to death. Someone offered Buck a free bushel of corn, but it was refused because it wasn't shelled! So he was horsewhipped by local men, one of whom was my great-grandfather John Wesley Widener. He found out that the law was after him so he gathered up his family (my grandfather was a small boy then) and headed north into Kenentucky in the middle of the night. I remember my grand-dad telling me very clearly of his trip into Kentucky in a covered wagon. I've tried to find a story in the newspaper about the incident but all Tazewell, Tenn. papers and Cumberland Cap are few. Most|
issues are missing. The story was told to me by different branches of thefamily so is fairly accurate."
by Les Widener
|Widener, John Wesley (I0923)
|123||Injuries from a coal mine accident at Brazil, Indiana||Widener, Ira Earnest (I1184)
|124||It is always difficult saying goodbye to someone we love and cherish. Family and friends must say goodbye to their beloved Victor Schooler (Indianapolis, Indiana), who passed away at the age of 92, on May 16, 2020. Family and friends can light a candle as a loving gesture for their loved one. Leave a sympathy message to the family in the guestbook on this memorial page of Victor Schooler to show support.|
He was predeceased by : his parents, John Schooler and Jane Schooler (Beeler); and his former wife Nancy Schooler (Long). He is survived by : his children, Vickie Cole of Indianapolis, June Rather (Jim) of Montana, David Bryant of Indianapolis and Jackie Endsley (Jeff) of Florida; and his close friend Zelda Snyder of Indianapolis. He is also survived by 10 grandchildren; several great grandchildren; several great great grandchildren.
|Schooler, Victor (I1402)
|125||It is the belief of this researcher that Lucy Clementine used her maiden surname throughout her life. No documentation can be found to support who were the father or fathers of her children. Some researchers have indicated her surname as Edwards but to date we have not found supporting information. Further research into her mother whose surname is Edwards is underway.||McConnell, Lucy Clementine (I0795)
|126||It took from early May to middle October to make the complete journey from the villages of Germany to the shores of America. The trip was a long, hard journey which took a huge toll of the immigrants, mostly children.|
George Michael Eller came over on the ship "Phoenix" in 1743, and took his oath of allegiance on October 1743.The trip consisted of three parts: the journey from their village to the port of departure, usually in Rotterdam; the ocean voyage to aanother port in England; and the final ocean journey to America. It took approximately five to six weeks for the trip from their village to the port of Rotterdam, because they had about 26 custom houses to stop at on the way up to the coast. They had to stop for a few days at each custom house while the ships were being examined. Most of the emigrants money was spent just getting to Rotterdam, with the biggest share of the journey still ahead of them.
The second part of their journey was from Rotterdam to the final port of departure, usually in England. They were delayed here sometimes for weeks waiting for good winds and the countless inspections of their ships.
The third and final part of their voyage was the trip across the ocean lasting from 7-12 weeks. The people were packed into the ships as tightly as possible. Most slept on deck. There was a lack of proper food and water was contaminated. Diseases and fever, dysentery, typhoid, and smallpox were widespread, and the children were the first to die. The ships were infested with rats, who ate what little food there was and helped to spread the diseases further. There were frequent storms which lasted days and nights at a time, and many people were washed overboard. There was also a fear of being captured by pirates and hauled off to be sold as slaves in some other part of the world.
When at last the travelers reached the Delaware River with America in sight, they had still another wait, while the ships were once again examined. If disease was discovered among the people, the ship was put out at sea one mile till all signs of the infection were gone. After docking again, the immigrants were marched down to the City Hall where they gave their oaths of allegiance. This allegiance was forced upon them by the Governors of Pennsylvania whereby they had to denounce the German Princes and place their loyalties with the Governing Body of Pennsylvania. The Immigrants were once again returned to their ships where they were put up for sale. Those who were very rich paid their passage and were immediately set free. The other immigrants were bought and placed into slavery for a period of 4-7 years in order to pay their passage over. This was called the "Redeemtionary System". After this period of enslavement was served, the immigrants were freed and given "Freedom Dues" which were usually a few articles of clothing, and either a parcel of land, or some livestock. Marriage was only allowed when a payment of a goodly sum was made during these years of service, so most waited till their time was served before they married. Most of these "Immigrant Slaves" were treated fairly in exchange for good hard labor
There were many reasons why the Eller Family decided to leave their homeland to come to America. Excessive taxes were being placed upon them by the German Princes in order that they might build magnificent palaces and gardens like those of the FFrench Courts. The Thirty-Years War had left their land devastated, and the political and economic collapse of their Government followed close behind. Famines only added to their already endless burdens and left the land barren. The colonial land agents and ships companies thought it was a good time to encourage these beaten, bitter people to come to America, and propaganda was distributed throughout Germany. William Penn, who had been granted a large tract of land by King Charles II oof England as a payment of a family debt, was the most influential person in getting the German people to leave their homeland. His promise of complete religious freedom for everyone without government intervention, along with free grants of land to settlers who would live and work on the land for a certain number of years brought the German immigrants to America by the thousands to settle in Pennsylvania.George Michael Eller was granted 25 acres of land in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, on April 2, 1753. He later settled in Frederick County, Maryland, when he purchased a section of land called "Hammond's Strife", on April 14, 1773. This is recorded in Deed books, pp 96-98. This section of land contained 100 acres and bordered Little Pipe Creek which formed the border between Frederick and Carrol Counties. This property was located 10 miles NE of Frederick Town and just east of the town of Johnsville.
|Eller, George Michael (I5290)
|127||James was a private in Company H 37th Virginia Regiment. He was captured c.12 May, 1864 and sent to Fort Delaware, 20 May,1864, and was released June, 1865||Widener, James H. (I1853)
|128||James Wesley Hand and Levisa Thomas Hand had no children, although it is likely she died in childbirth. Her death record is found by name Louisa Hand; apparently handwriting was not very good and difficult to read. Her father, James Thomas, and James Wesley Hand's mother, Susannah Thomas Hand, were siblings, so James Wesley Hand and Levisa Thomas were first cousins.||Family: James Wesley Hand / Levisa Thomas (F0638)
|129||James Wesley Hand was one of many men named "James Hand", so to differentiate him from the others, he was known as "Beaver", as he lived on Beaver Dam Creek.||Hand, James Wesley (I1929)
|130||Janet's maiden name is not known at this time.||McClure, Janet (I9135)
|131||Jeffrey Ambrose DeBusk|
Born in Nashville, Tennessee on October 5, 1957
Departed on November 14, 2017 and resided in Kingston Springs, Tennessee
Visitation: Harpeth Hills Funeral Home & Cremation Center
Saturday November 18, 2017 10:00am to 1:00pm
Jeffrey Ambrose DeBusk of Kingston Springs, Tennessee passed away in Nashville on Tuesday, November 14, 2017; he was 60 years old.
Mr. DeBusk is survived by his wife Gail Bruce DeBusk; daughter Christy DeBusk; son Joshua DeBusk (Kristie); daughters Margo Sneed (Tyler), Abby Natividad (Ross), and Alexa Riley; his mother Margaret Hinkle DeBusk; brother Rick DeBusk (Amy); sister Debbie DeBusk; nephew Richard DeBusk; and French Bulldogs Buster and Annabelle.
Visitation with the family will be Saturday, November 18, 2017, 10:00 ? 1:00 at Harpeth Hills Funeral Home.
|DeBusk, Jeffrey Ambrose (I8560)
|132||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Family: / Jessica Nicole Widener (F1052)
|133||Joe Edward Widner, age 80 born June 1, 1938 and went home to be with the Lord on July 12, 2018. He was of Baptist Faith and a Vietnam Veteran. Joe loved his country and served the US Army from 1962-1973 including two tours in Vietnam, where he won two Bronze stars and a Military Service Commendation all while serving in the 101st. He left the Army as a Sergeant (E6). He was preceded in death by Daddy Esker, Mom Bessie Mae and Brother Hugh Laford Widner. He is survived by Fiance? Mary Widner of Houston, TX Children: Edward (Elaine) Widner of Michigan Tammy (Jim) Ferguson of Michigan Joe Nettles (Paula) Widner of Tazewell, TN David Amad of Houston, TX Four Grandchildren: Lindsay, Connor, Kelsey and Jacob Three Great-Grandchildren: Boston, Bronx and Berkeley Sisters and Brother: Maureen Watson of Knoxville, TN Tulley (Imogene) Widner of Knoxville, TN Geraldine (Bill) Turner of Tazewell, TN Loved by several nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews. The family will receive friends from 6:00 until 8:00 P.M. Saturday July 14, 2018 at Coffey Funeral Home in Tazewell, TN. Funeral service will be 11:00 A.M. Sunday July 15, 2018 in the Coffey Funeral Home Chapel. Burial in the Robinson Cemetery with Military HHonors. Minister: Rev. Sam Griffin Pallbearers: Joe Nettles Widner, Michael Ray Widner, David Widner, David Amad, Darrell Johnson, Edward Haynes, Bryan Turner and Don Duncan. Honorary Pallbearers: Ray Duncan, Kyle Payne, James Gunnels, Dylan Noah and Elliot Leedy. Coffey Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.||Widner, Joe Edward (I3061)
|134||Joe W. Douglas, 71, of Sidney, OH, passed away Aug. 6 at 6:14 p.m. at Upper Valley Medical Center in Troy, OH. He was born on October 2, 1936 in Newcomb the son of the late Horace and Alberta (Rigney) M. Douglas. He was preceded in death by six brothers and four sisters. He was a foreman in the foundry department at the former Wagner Manufacturing Company.|
On January 19, 1957 he married Loretta Brooks and she survives, along with six children, William J. Douglas, Ronald E. Douglas, Mrs. Donald (Kathleen) O'Quinn,
David Elmore, all of Sidney, Mrs. David (Patricia) McMaster of Piqua, and Michael Elmore of Fort Loramie, 16 grandchildren, 23 great-grandchildren, and two sisters, Mrs. Roger (Bertha) Newport of Pine Knot, KY., and Mrs. Eddie (Faye) Combs of Cleveland, TN.
Funeral services were held Aug. 11 at the Cromes Funeral Home with Rev. Leamon Branscum officiating. Interment was in the Plattsville Cemetery in Plattsville, OH.
Cromes Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.
|Douglas, Joe (I3736)
|135||John enlisted in Co. F of the 63rd VA Regiment on May 6th, 1862 at Abingdon, Virginia. However by early Feb., 1863 he was seriously ill and allowed to return home.||Rosenbalm, John S. (I4602)
|136||John Fred Schooler, 91, of Indianapolis, passed away September 1, 2014. He was born May 5, 1923 to the late John and Janie (Beeler) Schooler in Valley Creek, TN. He was an US Army veteran of WWII, European Theatre, where he was part of the Nomanndy Invasion (Omaha Beech) and the Battle of the Bulge and many other battles in between the two. He also earned the distinction as and expert marksman. He worked at Link-Belt as a machinist/foreman for 32 years retiring in 1985. John is surviveved by a son, John "Rick" (Cindy) Schooler; two daughters, Joan E. (Roger) Ridenour and Donna Simmons; a brother, Vic Schooler; 5 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife, Ruth (Benge) Schooler. He was an over 60 year member, past Chairman of the Deacon Board, Trustee and Sunday School Teacher at the Westview Baptist Church, 2025 Westview Dr. (corner of Belmont and Morris St.) Indianapolis, where services will be held at 11:00 am on Saturday, September 6, 2014 and where friends may call at the church on Friday September 5 from 4:00 to 8:00 pm. Interment will be in West Ridge Park Cemetery, Indianapolis. Memorial contributions may be made to the church. Arrangements by Hampton-Gentry Funeral Home, Plainfield.||Schooler, John Fred (I1400)
|137||Joyce J. Hahn|
August 8, 1941 ~ July 21, 2019 (age 77)
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Sun Prairie - Joyce Jean (Haushalter) Hahn, 77, of Sun Prairie, WI, passed away on July 21, 2019 after a courageous battle with lung cancer. Joyce was born in Milwaukee, WI to Eugene and Jeanette (Wichmann) Haushalter. She lived in Butler, WI and after graduating high school attended the University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point for one year. At the age of 22, she married John James Hahn on September 14, 1963 at St. Agnes Catholic Church in Butler, WI. Joyce and John had two children, Eric James Hahn and Erin Margaret Hahn.
Joyce went on to pursue her education at the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee and obtained her bachelor and master's degree in social welfare. She loved being able to hear her client's stories and help them through difficult times and greatllly enjoyed her work as a psychotherapist at Transformations Inc., in Milwaukee, WI. It was during her time at the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee that she met her second husband, Donald Jack Mueller. Joyce and Don were married on December 20, 1984 in Sheboygan, WI. Joyce and Don built a home together and lived at High Wind in Plymouth, WI for many years. She remained Donald's faithful companion until his unexpected death on May 24, 1994. After Don's death, Joyce relocated to Dane County to be closer to her children and grandchildren, whom she loved dearly. Joyce was always patient and kind. She would routinely ask others about themselves and was more interested in being a good listener than talking about herself.
Joyce is preceded in death by her father, her mother, and her husband, Donald J. Mueller. She is survived by her son, Eric (Maureen) Hahn, her daughter Erin (Corey) Hahn and her beloved grandchildren, Courtney, Connor, Caitlin and Colin. The family would like to thank the staff at Home Again Assisted Living and Agrace Hospice Care. The family requests that all donations be made to Agrace Hospice Care. A private service was held per Joyce's request.
Mom, rather than "teach" us how to be, you showed us. Your example of patience, kindness, and compassion have given us all something to aspire to. Thank you for your unconditional love. We will miss you dearly, until we are together again.
Winn-Cress Funeral Home
5785 Hwy Q
|Haushalter, Joyce (I4572)
|138||Juanita McVey Hackney, age 85, peacefully passed away on Wednesday, June 26, 2019, following a lengthy battle with cancer. She was born April 23, 1934, to the late John Henry McVey and Bertha Elizabeth DeBusk McVey. She retired from the Washington County School System as cafeteria manager of Holston High School. Juanita was an avid gardener and quilter.|
In addition to her parents, Juanita was also preceded in death by her husband, Bernard Lynch Hackney. She is survived by two daughters, Teresa Hackney Luber and husband, Lawrence, of Kingsport, Tenn. and Elizabeth Hackney and David Brown, of Bristol, Va.; and beloved feline companion, KiKi.
A committal service will be held on Saturday, June 29, 2019, at 2:00 p.m. at the Chapel of Memories Mausoleum of Forest Hills Memory Gardens with Rev. Roger Hearl officiating.
|McVey, Juanita (I6697)
|139||Katherine B. Reynolds Hospice Home, 101 Hospice Lane, Winston-Salem, NC 27103.||Widener, Margaret Ann (I4192)
|140||Killed by a vehicle at an early age||Shumate (I6671)
|141||Killed in coal mine||Widener, Howard Austin Jr. (I5179)
|142||Killed with his father in an airplane crash||Ricks, Kelly Jay (I5236)
|143||Killed with his son, Kelly Jay, in an airplane crash.||Ricks, John Eldon (I5234)
|144||Lamenthia (Ment) Widener Sr., of Roanoke, Va., was born on April 28, 1922, and went to be with the Lord on Saturday, June 6, 2015. He was a World War II veteran, 32nd degree Mason, an avid fisherman, and long-time member of Hollins Road Baptist Church.|
He was preceded in death by his devoted wife of 68 years, Margaret Sanders Widener; and daughter, Sandra Widener Bowling.
He is survived by his daughter, Kathy W. Firebaugh and husband, Tommy; son, (Sonny) Lamenthia Widener Jr. and wife, Deborah and extended family, son, Joseph W. Widener; son-in-law, Thomas Bowling; grandchildren, Jayson Firebaugh and wife, Angela, Kimberly Ann Gresham and husband, Kevin, Joseph A. Widener and Dylan Widener; great-granddaughter, Lenae N. King; great-grandson, Brandon Firebaugh; great-great-grandson, Alexander King; and sister, Essie Bobbitt.
The family would like to express their gratitude to the staff at Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital, PCU and long time physician, Dr. Anthony Stavola, for their exceptional care and compassion.
Funeral Services will be held at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, June 10, 2015, at Oakey's North Chapel with the Rev. Mark Washington and the Rev. Chips Doyle officiating. The interment will follow in Old Dominion Memorial Gardens. The family will be receiving friends from 6 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, June 9, 2015, at Oakey's North Chapel, 540-362-1237. www.oakeys.com
|Widener, Lamenthia (I6814)
1927 - 2019
Lena Schooler Obituary
Schooler, Lena Ypsilanti, MI On Tuesday, August 13, 2019, Lena Schooler, passed away peacefully at her home in Ypsilanti, at age 92. Lena was born on July 2, 1927 in Ponza, Kentucky to Joseph L. and Martha E. (Robbins) Cox. She attended Bell Couunty School in Kentucky and Cosmetology School in Ann Arbor, Michigan. On October 12, 1952, she married Reverend George Schooler, they enjoyed 44 years together until his passing in 1997. Lena was a long-standing member of Graceway Baptist Churcrch in Ypsilanti, Michigan. She loved spending time with her children, grandchildren, nieces, and nephews. She enjoyed quilting, needlepoint, and crocheting. Lena and George raised two loving children, daughter Rhonda (William Caldwell) Schoolerr, and son George (Betsy) Schooler. Her survivors also include: grandchildren, Tonya (Douglas) Paschall, Hannah (Zach) Ray and Joshua Schooler and great grandchildren Andrew, Emily and Brent. In addition to her husband, Lena was preceded in death by her brother Lester Joseph Cox, Jr. and sister Lois Cox Swan. The funeral service will be 11 am Friday, August 16, 2019 at Stark Funeral Service, Ypsilanti with visitation at 10 am. Burial will follow at Knollwood Cemetery in Canton, Michigan. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to either the Kidney Foundation, Dementia Foundation or the Alzheimer's Foundation. Please sign her guest book at www.starkfuneral.com.
Published in Ann Arbor News on Aug. 18, 2019
|Cox, Lena (I1569)
|146||Lived with Ruth Widener||Widener, Felix Clark (I0017)
|147||March 18, 1932 - November 4, 2018 Cliff went to be with the Lord on Sunday, November 4, 2018, at his home with family by his side. He was preceded in death by two sons, Randy E. and Jeffery S. Widener. Cliff is survived by his loving wife of 55 years, Barbara; two sons, Timothy of Bellevue Ohio, and Gary of Bristol, Tenn.; two daughters, Terri Bright and husband, Steve, of Bristol, Tenn., and Connie Lyon and husband, Terry, of Bluff City, Tenn.; six grandchildren, Todd, Tiffany, Nikkki (Stephanie), Roxie, Nikki, and Dustin; four great-grandkids, Logan and Payton Boling, Sammy Slagle and baby Lennox Leonard. Per Cliff's wishes, his body was donated for research in heart disease and cancer. In death as in life he gave his all. A very special thanks to Caris Health and the VA for their time and care they provided to Cliff. In lieu of flowers contributions may be given to the Ronald McDonald house/St. Jude's. A Memorial graveside service will be held at a later date but visits and shared memories are welcomed by the family. Condolences may be sent to the Widener family online at www.dillow-taylor.com. Dillow-Taylor Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Jonesborough, 753-3821.||Widener, Cliff (I4284)
|148||Margaret "Peggy" Widener Rando was born August 4, 1952 in Bristol, Virginia. Peggy went to be with the Lord on September 11, 2014 after a prolonged illness. She is preceded in death by her husband Ronald R. Rando and her father Cecil B. Widener. She is survived by her son Roger A. Rando, her mother Margaret B. Widener, her sister Patricia Marchand and brother Philip D. Widener. A resident of the greater New Orleans area for the last 53 years, Peggy was a graduate of Grace King High School and attended LSUNO. "Miss Peggy" loved children and taught pre-school for many years at Parkview Baptist Church and Kehoe France's Early Childhood Center. She attended St. Andrew's Lutheran Church, Gloria Dei Lutheran Church and First English Lutheran Church throughout the years. A devoted daughter, wife, mother, sister and loving friend to many, Peggy will be dearly missed. Private services will be held at a later date. - See more at: http://obits.nola.com/obituaries/nola/obituary.aspx?pid=172510958#sthash.NJhjIeyJ.dpuf||Widener, Margaret Cecilia (I111)
|149||Margaret Greever Boy Widener (1916 - 2016)|
Margaret Greever Boy Widener went to meet her Lord on her 100th birthday, March 16, 2016. She was preceded in death by her loving husband of 63 years, Cecil Byron Widener and their daughter Margaret "Peggy" Widener Rando . She is survived byo cdren, Patricia Peters Marchand and Philip Widener; eight grandchildren, Meghan (Flores), Matthew, and Mark Peters, Alison (Chauvin), Doug, Aaron and David Widener and Roger Rando; and 13 great grandchildren. Margaret was born in Bristol, Tennessee on March 16, 1916 to Mai Greever and James C. Boy. A graduate of Virginia Intermont College, she taught school until retiring in the early 1990's. Margaret was a loving and devoted wife to Cecil. Married in 1943, they lived in Bristol TN whwwwhile he served in The U.S. Army. Cecil's career took them to Birmingham, Memphis, then to Metairie in 1962 where they settled with their three children. Born of Lutheran heritage, Margaret was a woman of deep faith. She and Cecil served the Lord joyfully together as members of St. Andrew's Lutheran Church and Gloria Dei Lutheran Church in New Orleans. Margaret happily celebrated her 100th birthday with family and friends at a party held just three days before her death. She passed awaway peacefully on her birthday with family by her side. The family wishes to thank everyone of Serenity Senior Residence for their kind, loving care of "Ms. Margaret" while she lived there. A Memorial service will be held on Friday, April 1, 201016 at Lakeview Christian Center, New Orleans. Visitation will begin at 6pm followed by a service at 7:15. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that anyone wishing to honor Margaret's life would consider a donation to The Gideons International Organization or to Lakeview Christian Center for Rancho 3M Orphanage. The online guestbook is available at www.leitzeaganfuneralhome.com.
Published in TheNewOrleansAdvocate.com from Mar. 23 to Apr. 1, 2016
|Boy, Margaret Greever (I104)
|150||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Widener, Richard Harry (I1021)
Gordon Stanley Widener, WWII veteran of the United States Army, age 94, died Saturday, August 5, 2017 in Marion, Va.
Gordon, born in Washington County, Virginia on 19 October, 1922, was one of a big family (ten kids) who farmed in parts of Washington and Smyth County for years, He loved his garden and was a very good cook. He was always cooking some type of special pie to bring to family gatherings or to church. His deep faith was a large part of what made him the special person we all came to know and love.
He worked for the Brunswick Defense Plant in Marion , VA for many years and remained an active part of the ?Brunswick Breakfast? Group after his retirement.
A veteran of World War II, he was a Staff-Sgt in the 247th, General Patton?s Third Army. He was part of the unit that kept the front lines supplied with ammunition. Proud to have served his country in WWII, he made it his goal to sing the Natioional Anthem and Star Spangled Banner at every event he could in order to ?help people learn about and remember all the sacrifices that are made by our military to help keep our great country free.? He was a Lifetime member of the VFW, Post 466767, and regularly attended their gatherings as long as his health allowed. He made the trip with the Honor Flight that takes veterans to Washington, D.C. each year. When he took the trip to the WWII Veterans Memorial in Bedford, VA, he sang the National Anthem for the group that made that trip possible.
Because of his efforts to strengthen American patriotism he was invited to sing at many venues, to list just a few, PBS? Song of the Mountains; NHRA Nationals, at Bristol Thunder Valley Dragway; the Memorial Day observance at the Lincoln Theateeer in Marion, VA; Wytheville Community College?s Memorial Day Appreciation of Veterans service ; Bristol?s Ball Park where he had the honor of singing the National Anthem for the opening of the game on several occasions. But his favorite journey was one we made every fall for quiet a few years, across the mountain to the elementary and middle schools in Rich Valley, VA. They do a Veterans Day celebration and have a very nice program to honor the Vets. One young man there, Chaz Cassell, was such a dear friend to Gordon and always ate lunch with him and talked with him about his time in the military. Chaz?s respect for his service was such a neat thing to experience. That always made it such a special day for Gordon, he loved helping the young people understand what a great county they live in.
Gordon touched many lives and will be dearly missed by all of us who knew and loved him.
And, if you want to hear Gordon sing, please check him out on YouTube.com.
Gordon was preceded in death by his parents, Lacy and Frona Warden Widener; his wife of 57 years, Thelma Rupard Widener; five sisters, Rose Widener Doyle, Cleatis Widener, Golden Widener Buck, Pauline Widener Jones and Alberta Widener; four brothers, Hobert, Herman, Buford, and Charles Widener.
Gordon is survived by his daughter, Sheila J. Widener and son, Dee L. Widener and wife, Lynn Flanary Widener; three grandchildren, Jordan Widener and wife, Jordan Leigh Whitesides Widener, Drew Wilson and Lauren Wilson; sister-in-law, Patricia Rupard Scott; two nephews, Joe and David Sears; and two special nieces, Nan Widener Plummer and Diane Jones.
Funeral Services will be held on Wednesday, August 9, 2017 at 11 a.m. at Seaver-Brown Chapel with Pastor David Tripp officiating. Burial will follow at Rose Lawn Cemetery where Military Honors will be conducted by Francis Marion VFW Post #4667. The family will receive friends Tuesday evening at 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. at Seaver-Brown Chapel.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Francis Marion VFW Post #4667, P.O. Box 767, Marion, Va. 24354.
|Widener, Gordon Stanley (I8459)
|152||Martha was raised by Reuben Widener and Ellen DeBusk Widener when Martha's mother died when she was 6 weeks old.||DeBusk, Martha Eleanor (I0167)
|153||Mary Cook Thomas|
June 23, 1935 - February 4, 2022
Mary Cook Thomas, 86, of Abingdon, Va., died on Friday, February 4, 2022, at her home surrounded by her family. She was the daughter of Carl and Ruth Widener Cook of Widener's Valley, Va. She was preceded in death by her husband, Harold Thomas; brothers, Clayton, Ernest, Herbert, Charles, and Vernon Cook; and sister, Martha Dolinger.
She is survived by Vota and Betty Thomas of Abingdon, Libby (Joe) Owens, Abingdon, Va.; Buddy (Mary) Thomas, Castlewood, Va.; Danny (Beverly) Thomas, Damascus, Va.; and Mary Ruth (Steven) Hagaman, Zionville, N.C. She is also survived by nine grandchildren, Kelsey (Kyle) Hardwick, Isaac (Katie) Owens, Meredith Owens, Carrie Thomas, Max Hagaman, Noah Thomas, Clay Hagaman, Anna Thomas and Bryson Hagaman and one great grandson, Cash Owens. She is also survived by three siblings, Robert Cook, Eleanor Dolinger, and Rebecca Heath; as well as several nieces and nephews.
Mary was a long-time member of Pleasant View Baptist Church in Widener's Valley, Va. She loved singing, serving the Lord, and going to church. She was a member of the church quartet that sang on the radio each week. She loved entertaining her friends and family and cooking and serving meals. Mary loved her family with everything she had, but she loved her Lord mor
|Cook, Mary (I271)
|154||Mary Lou Furgerson|
November 08, 1945 - June 07, 2020
Mary Lou Rigney Furgerson, 74, of Redbud passed away Sunday, June 7, 2020, at the UK Hospital in Lexington. Born November 8, 1945, she was a lifelong resident of Kenvir. Mary Lou was a homemaker and believed in the Church of God faith.
She is preceded in death by her husband of over 56 years, Billy Ralph Furgerson; her parents, Clyde Rigney and Dollie Lynch Rigney; a brother, David “Hotshot” Rigney; a grandson, William Andrew Furgerson; and a great-granddaughter, Darcy Bennett.
Survivors include six children, Tina Furgerson and special friend, Tommy Couch, Evarts; Angela Shuler and husband, Jody, Kenvir; Danny Ray Furgerson and wife, Cathy, Homer, GA; Pam Middleton and husband, Mike, Putney; Barbara King, Evarts; and Billy Wayne Furgerson and wife, Veronica, Sweetwater, TN. Also surviving are her twin sister, Dottie Sue Rigney, Harlan; a brother, Lee Earl Rigney, Middlesboro; eleven grandchildren, Abe “Turk” Bennett, Michael Bennett, Kayla Woods, April Southerland, Jody Shuler, Katie Furgerson, Matthew “Matt” Furgerson, Whitney Chadwick, Christopher Farmer, Hayleigh Paige King and Bryson Furgerson; fifteen great-grandchildren plus one expected in November; and a host of other family and friends.
Visitation will be held Tuesday from 5 until 8 pm at the Evarts Funeral Home.
Funeral services will be conducted at 2 pm Wednesday, June 10, 2020, in the Chapel of the Evarts Funeral Home with the Reverend Bill Moore officiating.
Burial will follow in the Evarts Memorial Gardens with her grandsons and other family serving as pallbearers.
|Rigney, Mary Lou (I8828)
|155||May be Admonia M. Rigney in 1880 census||Rigney, Mary E. (I0026)
|156||May be Mary E. Rigney||Rigney, Admonia M. (I1370)
|157||May have spelled his name as Widner||Widener, Wiley Ballard (I0961)
|158||Maybe Gertrude is first name||Jones, Gertude (I8182)
|159||Mercy Hospital||Stewart, Shirley Maxine (I0048)
|160||Mr. John Jeffers|
Age 82 of Newcomb, Tennessee passed away Monday, October 02, 2017 at the U.T. Medical Center in Knoxville. He was born January 06, 1935.
He is preceded in death by:
?Ruby Sharp Jeffers
Charles Raymond Jeffers
John is survived by:
Betty Rigney Jeffers
|Jeffers, John (I3656)
|161||Mrs. Alberta Douglas|
Mrs. Alberta Douglas, 78, of Sidney, Ohio, formerly of Jellico, died Friday at Wilson Memorial Hospital in Sidney.
The funeral was Saturday at Jellico Church of God with the Rev. Robert Goins officiating. Burial was in Douglas Cemetery. Harp Funeral Home, Jellico was in charge of arrangements.
Mrs. Douglas is survived by four daughters, Wilma Jean Blankenship of Newcomb, Faye Phillips of Cleveland, Bertha Newport of Sidney, and Goldie Anderson of Greenwood, Ky.; eight sons, George Douglas of Pineknot, Ky., Estel Douglas of Newcomb, David L. Douglas of Newcomb, Steve Douglas and James Douglas, all of Jellico, and Everette Douglas, Joe Douglas and Wayne Douglas, all of Sidney; 37 grandchildren; several great-grandchildren; two sisters, Nan Douglas and Grace Bowlin, both of Newcomb; and one brother, Floyd Rigney of Newcomb.
From The LaFollette Press ? Thursday, May 6, 1982
|Rigney, Alberta (I3636)
|162||Mrs. Christine Widener Paul age 68 of LaFollette passed away Thursday, October 25, 2018. She was of the Baptist Faith and retired from Wal-Mart as a Pharmacy Technician. Preceded in death by Parents, Gaylor ?Chalk? and Mary Naomi Baldwin Widener, Sister, Libby Goins, and Infant Sister, Peggy Jo Widener, Brothers, Ronnie Widener and Bill Widener.|
Survivors: Husband of 51 years, Carl E. Paul; Son, Eddie Paul; Daughter, Mary Elizabeth Peace and Husband, Jason; Grandchildren, Ashlie Paul, Johnathan Paul, Lily Peace, and Abby Paul; Five Great-Grandchildren; Brother, Jack Widener and Wife, Marie; Brother-in-Law, David Goins; Sister-in-Law, Pat Widener. Several Nieces, Nephews, Cousins, other relatives and friends.
Funeral Services Tuesday 7 P.M. at Walters Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Jim Mullens officiating. Family and friends will meet Wednesday 10:30 A.M. at Walters Funeral Home and proceed to Woodlawn Cemetery for Graveside Services and Intermentttt. The family will receive friends from 5 to 7 P.M. Tuesday before Funeral Services. The family requests that in lieu of flowers memorial contributions be made to: Campbell County Cancer Association, P. O. Box 122, Jacksboro, TN 37757. Online condolences for Mrs. Paul may be made at www.waltersfuneralhome.net. Walters Funeral Home of LaFollette is honored to be serving the family of Mrs. Christine Widener Paul.
|Widener, Christine (I0111)
|163||Mrs. Iva Marie Rigney Perkins|
Age 86 of Jellico, Tennessee passed away Wednesday, May 25, 2022 at her home. She was born July 28, 1935 in Jellico, Tennessee.
She is preceded in death by:
Paul Andrew Perkins, Sr.
Woodrow & Leta Bell Rigney
Tony & James "J.C." Rigney
She is survived by:
Paul A. Perkins, Jr.
Ian, Avery, Charity, Danielle & Justin
Six Great Grandchildren
Woodrow Rigney, Jr.
Mildred "Coody" Silcox
Charlotte "Peachie" Dople
A host of nieces, nephews, friends & family to mourn her passing.
The family will receive friends: 12 - 2 p.m. Saturday, May 28, 2022 at Harp Funeral Home Chapel
Funeral: 2 p.m. at the Funeral Home
Burial: to follow in the Douglas Cemetery (Wooldridge Community).
Harp Funeral Home of Jellico in charge of arrangements.
"Your Family Funeral Home"
|Rigney, Iva Marie (I3652)
|164||Ms. Georgia Pauline "Polly" Widener|
Age 86 of Jellico, Tennessee passed away Saturday, October 07, 2017 at the Huntsville Manor in Huntsville, Tennessee. She was born April 13, 1931 in Eagan, Tennessee.
Polly is preceded in death by:
Anna Mary England Wilson
Robert Edgar Widener
Clara Fox Widener Douglas
Jean Widener Andrews
She is survived by:
Larry Geraldine "Penny" Smith Calvin
Katherine Louise Smith Stevens
Ted Danny Roberts
Faith Wilson Marlow
Rebecca Stevens Ivey
Four Great Grandchildren & Three Great Great Grandchildren
Dorce Andrews & Valarie Benzinger
Longtime friends & nurses:
Longtime friends & caregivers
A host of nieces, nephews, friends & family to mourn her passing.
The family will receive friends: 6 - 8 p.m. Thursday, October 12, 2017 at the Harp Funeral Home Chapel
Funeral: 8 p.m at the Funeral Home
Officiating: Rev. James Hackler
Burial: 11 a.m. Friday, October 13, 2017 in the Douglas Cemetery (Wooldridge Community).
Harp Funeral Home of Jellico in charge of arrangements.
"Your Family Funeral Home"
|Widener, Georgia Pauline (I0842)
|165||Murdered||Widener, Charles Everett (I1205)
|166||Nina Bess Widner, 77, of Corbin went home to be with the Lord on Sunday, January 24, 2010 at Hillcrest Nursing Home.|
She was born March 9, 1932 in Laurel County, Kentucky to the late Franklin and Fonna Barnett Campbell.
Nina was the widow of Gleason L. Widner, and a charter member of Immanuel Baptist Church.
She is survived by daughters Linda Cox and Sharon (Steve) Smith of Corbin; three grandchildren: Anthony (Debbie) Cox of Corbin, Nikki (Ron) George of London, and Kirk Smith of Corbin; five great grandchildren: Tyler and Brittany Cox of Corbin, Kara, Sara and Emily George of London; one great-great granddaughter Rileigh Cox of Corbin; two brothers: Roy Campbell of Toledo, OH and William Henry Campbell of Louisville; a special nephew Lynn (LaVon)VanMeter of Louisville.
Nina's funeral will be at 2 pm Wednesday at the O'Neil Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Allen Bonnell officiating.
Interment will follow at McFarland Cemetery in West Corbin.
Visitation will be from 6 until 8 pm Tuesday at O'Neil Funeral Home.
|Campbell, Nina Bess (I1029)
|167||Noah was a Private in Capt. J. £. Snodgrass1 Co., Virginia Volunteers. He was mustered|
in toy 6, 1862 by Hajor HcMahon. This company subsequently became Co. F, 63rd Regiment
Virginia Infantry. Noah's name appears on a l i s t of c a s u a l t i e s , in a Brigade
commanded by Brigadier General R. A. Pryor near K e l l y ' s Store, Virginia. He was
wounded s l i g h t l y February 5, 1863 and was last paid April 33, 1863. Noah was absent
without leave for a short period at the end of 1863, and returned to duty December 20,
1863. He l a s t appears on the Company Muster Roll dated March 3, 1864
|Widener, Noah B. (I7)
Cora O., (nee Widener) beloved wife of 58 years of the late Billy V. Philpot Sr. Loving and caring mother of Gail (Bob) Bleh, Becky (Roger) Ferguson, Judy (Timmy) Taylor, Mona (Steve) Jacobs, Billy Jr (Kindra) and Jimbo (Mischelle) Philpot. A very loving and devoted mammoo and great mammoo to many. Daughter of the late Cinda Rella and Elijah Widener. Dear sister of Betty (Don) Miller and Sue (Gene) Nunn. Preceded in death by 5 brothers and 3 sisters. Loving aunt to many nieces and nephews. Passed away peacefully October 31, 2014. Age 77 years. Visitation will be Wednesday from 11:00 A.M. A.M until time of the funeral service at 1:00 P.M. at the Neidhard-Minges Funeral Home, 3155 Harrison Ave., Cinti., Ohio 45211. Internment to follow at Crown Hill Cemetery. Memorials may be made to Hospice of Cincinnati. neidhardminges.com
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|Widener, Cora O. (I1099)
Ernest ?Ernie? Harry Grubb, 90, resident of The Renaissance husband of Ann Gilchrist Grubb went to be with his Lord Friday Nov. 29, 2019.
Ernest was the third child born to Burris Stanley Grubb and Leta Earnestine Griffith on a farm in the Rocklane Community, Johnson County, Indiana. He attended Clark Township High School and assisted his father in the operation of their farm.eed money to attend Franklin College in Franklin, Indiana by growing and selling tomatoes to an Indianapolis Farmers? Market. When one summer yielded a bumper crop, he was forced to hire his sisters and friends to pick tomatoes, paying them 10 cents per hamper.
At age 16, Ernie enrolled in Franklin College. His classmates were primarily veterans returning from WW II. He credited much of his work ethic with that experience, describing these older students as ?working hard and playing hard when theirsre through.? Sports writers in the area dubbed Ernest ?Ernie? as they reported his excellent performance on the Franklin ?Grizzlies? Basketball Team.
Ernie was inducted into the US Army in 1951 while teaching at the Spartanburg High School in Spartanburg, IN. An earlier back injury caused him to be given an honorable discharge early in his military career. He returned to Indiana to find ng jobs available, however a friend in South Georgia contacted him about an opening in a high school in Nahunta, GA. Later he accepted a teaching and coaching position in Coffee County, GA.
Ernie remained in the Coffee County area for 25 years, teaching and coaching for most of that time. He served as Dean of Boys at Coffee County High School 1959-1963. In 1963 Ernie was named Coach of the Year by the Georgia State Athletic Ass. During his time in Coffee County, he coached future touring golf professional Larry Hinson, and later enjoyed Hinson?s invitations to walk with him on some of his matches.
Later in 1963, Ernie left the education field to join Fleetwood Enterprises, a nationally known builder of manufactured homes. He served as sales manager at the Douglas, GA Fleetwood plant and later was promoted to General Manager of the plancb, IL. Returning to South Georgia, Ernie ran a Goodyear Store in Douglas for some time after leaving Fleetwood.
In 1963 Ernie married Gloria Hall Davis and adopted her two sons, Brantley age 3 and Michael 18 months. In 1965 their son, Stanley was born. The couple later divorced and Ernie returned to Indiana to live with his parents and help his mothereris invalid father. During this time he worked in retail sales and management.
Mutual friends introduced Ernie to a teacher at Indiana School for the Deaf. Ann and Ernie were married in 1977. Ann had 2 foster daughters, Pauline and Margie, who were sisters, both deaf. With influence from Ann and the girls, Ernie returnolge at Ball State University in Muncie, IN, and earned a Masters Degree in Deaf
Education. He took a position as high school history and social science teacher at the school, and worked as assistant football coach under Coach Lynn Frye. After Frye left to go into the business world, Ernie became head coach of the ISD team. Ernie?s ISD football team won the National Championship among schools for the deaf in both 1982 and 1983.
The couple retired from ISD in 1989 and relocated in Hendersonville, NC. After 25 years there, Ernie?s health issues sent them in search of a retirement facility where assisted living was available when he needed it. After a brief stay in Greeille, SC, they moved to another facility in Anderson, SC. There they became close friends with Susan Jackson, the marketing director there. When Susan accepted a position in Due West, Ann and Ernie followed her to The Renaissance Retirement where they have lived for 6 years.
Ernie and Ann have enjoyed singing Southern Gospel music together wherever they have attended church and in the retirement facility. They have been deeply involved in the Erskine College Ladies? Tennis Team?s Grandparent program, and have ses?Grandparents? to 3 young ladies, all from distant homes?Mikaela Bennett of Calgary, Canada, Marie Berghaus of Cologne, Germany and Luiza Souza of Brazil. Ernie enjoyed attending the ladies? practice sessions until his eyesight prevented him from following the ball. He has encouraged and ?coached? the ladies from the sidelines. At the Sports Awards Ceremony at Erskine College in the spring of 2019, the team awarded him with the first ?Ernie Grubb Fleety Award?. This award is to be handed down to an outstanding individual in Erskine?s Sports Program each year.
As new residents moved into The Renaissance, Susan Jackson would ask them to make a ?Senior Wish? which she then would do all she could to fulfill. Ernie?s wish was to coach another championship football team, so Susan and Ann went to work toehis wish made possible. In 2015 former football players from Ernie?s teams were contacted and a weekend ?reunion? was planned. Susan and Ann anticipated 5 or 6 men might make the trip to Due West. The men spread the word to the deaf community and a total of 29 of Ernie?s former players, 2 former cheerleaders, 3 retired teachers, his former head coach, Lynn Frye and a few wives and children descended on our little community to honor the coach! On Saturday morning the team had a ?scrimmage? with the local fire fighters as their opponents. The official for the game was former Due West mayor Lee Logan.
At a banquet in his honor, nearly every former player stood to thank Ernie for the influence he had been on their lives as adults. Nothing could have pleased Ernie more. He loved influencing young people to become responsible useful citizens.
Ernie is survived by his wife, Elizabeth Ann Gilchrist Grubb; sons Michael Stuart and Ernest Stanley Grubb of Mesa, AZ, a special friend whom he loved like a daughter Susan Jackson and several nieces and nephews. Preceding him in death weres p; his son, Brantley Davis; his sisters, Clara Jean Grubb Downey, Alice Jane Grubb Logan and Martha Ann Grubb Locke.
A celebration of life will be held on Thursday, Dec. 5, 2019 at the Due West Baptist Church. Visitation will be in the church fellowship hall from 1:00 ? 2:00 PM with the service in the sanctuary at 2:00.
The family has requested donations be sent to Hospice House of the Piedmont, 408 West Alexander Avenue, Greenwood, SC 20646 in lieu of flowers.
|Grubb, Earnest Harry (I0827)
Name: Emma Jean Mitchell
Birth Date: Nov 14, 1933
Death Date: Jan 13, 2015
Birthplace: Anderson County
Resided In: Oliver Springs
Funeral Home: Sharp Funeral Home
Visitation Date: Jan 16, 2015
Visitation Time: 6-8 pm
Visitation Location: Sharp Funeral Home
Service Date: Jan 16, 2015
Service Time: 8 pm
Service Location: Sharp Funeral Home
Cemetery Date: Jan 17, 2015
Cemetery Time: 1 pm
Cemetery Location: Black Oak Cemetery
Emma Jean Mitchell, age 81, a resident of Oliver Springs, passed away Tuesday, January 13, 2015, at Methodist Medical Center in Oak Ridge.
Mrs. Mitchell was born November 14, 1933 in Anderson County. She was a lifelong resident of this area.
She was a homemaker who loved doing whatever she could for her family. She was a mother, grandmother and great-grandmother.
Emma was a faithful Christian and a member of the Laurel Branch Baptist Church.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Mitchell Burton and Ruth Vowell Burton and by her husband, Authur Mitchell.
Mrs. Mitchell is survived by 5 children, Danny Ray Mitchell and wife Sandra Faye, of Coalfield, Billy Joe Mitchell and wife Charlotte, of Oliver Springs, Jeannie "Susie" Mitchell of Oak Ridge, Diane Powell and husband Robert, of Coalfield and Connie Jean Culver and husband Glen, of Oak Ridge, by grandchildren; Danny Mitchell, Darrell Mitchell, Karen Sue Mitchell, Bobby Joe Mitchell, Troy Allen Mitchell, Charles Ray Mitchell, Kristy Dawn Carroll, David Lynn Carroll, Jr., Jessica Renee Godby and husband Ron, Courtney Danielle Culver, Megan Diane Culver and Erica Denise Culver, and by 7 great-grandchildren.
She is also survived by 3 brothers, Kyle Burton of Lake City, Neil Burton of Lake City and Stevie Burton and wife, Mary of Wartburg, by 4 sisters; JoAnn Strong and husband Dean, of Andersonville, Gail Byrge and husband Everett, Brenda Braden and husband W.R., and Sheila Aslinger and husband Buddy, all of Briceville, by a host of nieces, nephews, extended family and special friends.
The family will receive friends Friday, January 16, 2015, between the hours of 6:00 and 8:00 pm, at Sharp Funeral Home. The funeral will follow at 8:00 pm, in the funeral home chapel, with Pastor Joey Cagley officiating. Burial and graveside services will be conducted Saturday, January 17, 2015, at 1:00 pm, at Black Oak Cemetery in Clinton. Sharp Funeral Home is serving the Mitchell family and an online guest book is available at www.sharpfh.com
|Burton, Emma Gene (I3352)
Etta B. Kidwell
Jun 10, 1938 - Sep 4, 2021
Etta B. Kidwell, 83, of Greencastle, PA, passed away on September 4, 2021, at her home. Born June 10, 1938 in Straight Creek, KY, she was a daughter of the late Curtis and Lucille Baker Widener.
Etta earned her Bachelor's Degree in business management from the University of Maryland and was employed as a Grants Manager Assistant with the National Institute of Health. She retired in 1995 to take care of her grandchildren, enjoy life with her husband and family, and nurture her rose garden. She was very involved with the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, and was passionate about supporting research to help those who suffer from the disease, including her granddaughter.
She is survived by her husband of 65 years, William R. Kidwell, whom she married on December 27, 1955; two daughters, Shari Lynn Kidwell (William Plutnick) of Owingsville, KY, and Joy "Beth" Perry of Greencastle; three grandchildren, Jerome Patterson II of Hagerstown, MD, Jasmine Patterson of Greencastle and Shawn Perry II of Hagerstown, MD; one great granddaughter, Josslynn Rios; and two sisters, Hazel Stewart (Levi) of Sunman, IN and Edith Collins (Terry) of Chambersburg. In addition to her parents, Etta was preceded in death by her son, Russell Lee Kidwell; and three siblings, Naomi Taylor, Shelby Widener, and Roy E. Widener.
|Widener, Etta B. (I259)
Judy Patricia “Patsy” Keeling, age 64, of Bristol, TN went to be with the Lord on Thursday, March 9, 2023 at Johnston Memorial Hospital. She was born on January 13, 1959 in Saltville, VA, a daughter of the late Mary Alice Arnold and William Albert “Ab” Widner. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a sister, Esther Denton; and brother, Jim Widner.
Survivors include her husband of 47 years, Steve Keeling; children, Stephen Keeling and wife Kim, Stephanie Keeling and husband Danny; grandchildren, Zack Keeling and wife Katelyn, Haley Keeling, Tyler Keeling, Paisley Keeling, Kinsley Keeling, Corey Keeling, Isaac Keeling, Ethan Hampton, Peyton Hampton, Mandalyn Hampton, Lindsey Burke and husband Dakota; great granddaughter, Katie Burke; sisters, Bertha Baumgardner, Kathy Parks, Sheri Cox and husband Rick, Cindy Montgomery, Barbara Vestal; brothers, Danny Widner and Roger Widner; and several nieces and nephews.
A funeral service will be held at 8:00 p.m. on Sunday, March 12, 2023 at Weaver Funeral Home with Pastor Paul Maye and Pastor Junior Gobble officiating. The family will receive friends from 6:00 until 8:00 p.m. prior to the service. A graveside service will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Monday, March 13, 2023 at Greenwood Cemetery in Abingdon, VA. Pallbearers will be Zack Keeling, Tyler Keeling, Corey Keeling, Isaac Keeling, Ethan Keeling, Danny Hampton, and Rick Cox. Honorary pallbearers include the nephews.
|Widner, Judy Patricia (I9000)
Kevin Daniel Wilkinson, 41, of Stanley, passed away on Wednesday, June 1, 2022. He was born in Gaston County to Jeff Daniel Wilkinson and Sharon Ballard Bryant. He was preceded in death by his paternal grandmother, Marie Mauldin and his father-in-law, Howard Robert Innes. Those left to cherish his memory include his wife, Julia Innes Wilkinson; his son, Blake; his mother Sharon Bryant and her husband, Randy; his father, Jeff Wilkinson and his wife, Linda; his maternal grandparents, Larry and Louise Gillespie and Rick and Rachel Ballard; his paternal grandparents James and Sandy Wilkinson; his brother, Tyler Wilkinson and his wife Marinda; his sister Brooke Wilkinson; two nieces; four nephews; his mother-in-law Priscilla Rankin and her husband John; and his sister-in-law Elizabeth Innes.
Kevin will be remembered by his friends as being the most loyal, loving, and giving person. His family will remember him as being a wonderful husband, father, son, brother, uncle, friend, coach and Duke fan. There is no doubt that he is already finding new friends and making them laugh with his jokes and his uncanny ability to recite movies scenes word for word.
The family will greet guests from 4:00 until 5:30 p.m., Saturday, June 4, 2022 at Woodlawn Funeral Home in Mount Holly. A service to celebrate Kevin's life will be held immediately following at 5:30 p.m. also at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to the Epilepsy Foundation at www.epilepsy.com/give/donate.
|Wilkinson, Kevin (I2994)
Betty Alene Miller, age 77 of Arjay, KY passed away, September 5, 2020 at her home, surrounded by her family. She was born October 9, 1942 to the late Elijah Johnathan Widener and Cinderella Mcvay Widener. Betty loved the Kentucky Wildcats and was owner and operator of Don’s Garage, Pineville, KY.
Survivors include her husband, Don Miller; children Karen Miller, Donny Miller and Kim (Jeff) Morgan; sister Lana Sue Nunn; grandchildren Ashley (Zach) Weymers, Allison Miller, Austin Helton, Alex Johnson, Adam Johnson, Robbie Thompson, Lauren Thompson and Owen Thompson; great-grandson Aiden Mason and great-granddaughter Elanor Weymers; A host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and many friends.
Funeral services will be 2PM Sunday, September 6, 2020 at Brooks-Durham Funeral Home with Rev. Bill Engle Jr., burial will follow in Pine lawn Memorial Garden Cemetery, Pineville, with Alex Johnson, Adam Johnson, Austin Helton, Robbie Thompson, Owen Thompson, Justin Green and Zach Weymers serving as pallbearers.
The family will receive friends after 12 noon, Sunday, September 6, 2020 until the funeral hour at 2PM at Brooks-Durham Funeral Home.
|Widener, Betty Alene (I1101)
|175||Obituary for Doyal Ray Widener|
Doyal Ray Widener, 78, of Wallsend, passed away on Wednesday, September 13, 2017 at Physician's Regional Medical Center in Knoxville. He was born in Kettle Island on April 22, 1939, a son of the late Raymond Arthur and Thelma Howard Widener. He had worked for the Pineville City Street Department for many years.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a son, Doyal Widener, Jr.; a daughter, Sherrie Denise Widener; granddaughter, Seiarah Widener; great-grandson, Doyal Widener, III; brothers and sister, James E. Widener, Glenda Jackson and Curtis Widener.
Survivors include his wife, Phyllis Ann Warren Widener; children and their spouses, Veronica Gail and Bill Davidson, Terry Wayne and Kathy Widener, Kathy Lynn and Thurston North, Melissa Kay Widener, Jamie and Lillie Widener, Jason Curtis and Kristi Widener and Phyllis and Mark Scroggy; daughter-in-law, Mary Jane Caldwell Widener, grandchildren, Rebecca Wilder, Bobbi Tuttle, Kelly York, Amanda Widener, Jonathan Widener, Jonathon Slone, Timmy Slone, Courtney North, Olivia Scroggy, Austin Widener, Peyton Widener, Kendall Johnson, Brandon Johnson, Makenzie Widener, Morgan Widener, Madison Widener, McKenzie Widener; great-grandchildren; Emma Tuttle, Patrick Tuttle, Curtis Wilder, Anna Wilder, Ethan Wilder and Jackson Widener; sisters, Dora Akers, Betty Taylor, Laura Emery and Sue Bain; very special nephew, Wayne Edwards, who was like a son to Doyle and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
Services will be at 2:00 PM Sunday at the Arnett & Steele Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. James Polly. Music will be by Theda Polly and family. Burial will be in Pinelawn Memorial Gardens with family and friends serving as pallbearers.
The family will receive friends on Saturday from 6 until 9 PM at the Arnett & Steele Funeral Home and Cremation Center, Pineville, which is honored to serve the Widener Family.
|Widener, Doyal Ray (I5216)
|176||Obituary for MARY M WIDENER|
Mary M. Widener, 74 of Cincinnati, OH went to be with the Lord on March 16, 2020. She was born December 15, 1945 in Straight Creek, KY, the youngest Daughter of the late Myrtle and Henry Widener. She was the youngest of 13 children. Mary was much loved by her family and her loving caregivers and friends at Beechwood Home where she was a resident for 47 years. She moved into the Beechwood Home in October of 1972 and became family to the staff and other residents. Mary was fond of playining cards, supervising the receptionists, fasting lunches on Tuesdays and ordering fried chicken out on Tuesday nights. She loved strawberry milkshakes, playing Bingo and talking "common sense philosophy" with "sensible people". She loved playinng Black Jack and Bingo with her volunteer friends. She also loved going to the horse races and enjoyed a camping trip with some of the other residents and staff members of Beechwood. Her smile was infectious, but you also didn't want to make her mad.
She was small but mighty! She had many amazing friendships with staff and other residents.
But more than anything she enjoyed being with her very large family. She looked forward to attending the annual Widener family reunion every July. She always responded with a huge Mary Widener smile when staff checked in with her about the reuninion on the following Monday morning. To know Mary is to love her. She always had a big smile on her face and no matter what was going on in the rest of the world, she was happy. Though she was non-verbal, she taught us all so much. She showed us that beauty is on the inside. To listen to more than just words, to actually listen, to hear what people are saying and try to understand it. To stand up for those who cannot stand up for themselves and always take care of family. To have a seense of humor and a compassionate heart. To always wear a smile and to Love! And yes, that Widener stubbornness as well. Mary is survived by too many Nieces and Nephews to count. She was a very special Aunt to all of us. She was preceded in death by her Parents Henry and Myrtle Widener; Brothers: Ralph, Corum, Jay, Ken, Curtis, Okes and Loy. Sisters: Anna, Aggie, Lucy, Minnie and Sarah. Mary will be laid to rest at Hughes Chapel Cemetery on Wednesday, March 18, 2020. Due to our country?s circumstances, a Memorial Service will be held at a later date to be determined. Donations can be made in Mary?s honor to: Hospice of Cincinnati, PO Box 633597, Cincinnati, OH 45263-3597 or www.hospiceofcincinnati.org
|Widener, Mary (I9186)
|177||Obituary for Stephen H. Smith Print|
Stephen H. Smith, 66, of Benton Harbor passed away Monday December 21, 2015 at his home.
A Celebration of Life Service will be held at 2:00 PM on Tuesday, December 29, 2015 at Starks & Menchinger Chapel, 2650 Niles Rd., St. Joseph, officiated by Pastor Brian S. Rumer. Military rites will be conducted following the service by North Berrien Military Rites Team; burial will be on Wednesday at Fort Custer National Cemetery. Visitation will be held on Monday from 5:00 until 8:00 PM at the Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to the Shriner Children?s Hospital. Friends wishing to leave an online condolence may do so at www.starks-menchinger.com.
Steve was born on October 18, 1949 to John & Shirley Smith in St. Joseph Michigan. He graduated from St. Joseph High School in 1968 and attended Lake Michigan College. He enlisted to serve our Country in the United States Navy during Vietnam.
During his life he was a builder, instructor for the NRA and worked at Lakeland Hospital. He enjoyed traveling, shooting his crossbow and guns; but his loved spending time with his family and friends.
He is survived by his wife Nicole; two sons, Jason Smith and Josh (Katie) Smith and a daughter Amber (Michael) Becker; seven grandchildren; three sisters, Kathryn (Larry) Peterson, Laura Wright, Lynn (Steven) Taylor; his mother Shirley Smith and mother?in-law Erica Hell.
Preceded in death by his father John and his first wife Jo Smith in 2007.
|Smith, Stephen Henry (I0051)
|178||On 27 Apr 1863 John. L. Hand was appointed guardian of John C. Meek Widener.||Widener, John C. Meek (I6260)
|179||oseph Cole, II was the son of Joseph Cole, I and Freelove Mason. He married Remember Cole 26 November 1769. Remember was the daughter of Israel Cole and Remember Burgess. Remember died and Joseph later married Margaret Leeper in 1777.|
Joseph enlisted in the Virginia Militia. He was a Captain and fought in the battle of Kings Mountain.
His tombstone was recorded by Redmond Cole circa 1926. Since that time, his tombstone has been destroyed or missing.
A gravemarker was placed in the Cemetery at St. Clair's Bottom Primitive Baptist Cemetery by Dennis Stewart 27 September 2005. Dennis ordered this military marker at no cost from the US government. A Memorial Service was held on Tuesday, 27 September 2005 at 4:00 PM. Betty O'Brien, of SC, a member of Nathanael Greene Chapter DAR, researched the biography and read it at the service. Betty also lead the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag of the USA. Dennis Stewart of TN, a member of Col. Benjamin Cleveland Chapter SAR, presented the colors, unveiled the marker, layed the wreath, and retired the colors. The invocation and prayer were done by Rev. Zeb Carson Williams, Jr., of VA. All participants sang The Star Spangled Banner. Betty is a 5th great-grand niece of Joseph Cole. Dennis and Zeb are 5th great-grandnephews of Joseph Cole. Last year, a memorial Service was also held for Hugh Cole, a brother of Joseph Cole in this cemetery.
|Cole, Joseph (I9152)
|180||Patricia, 51, Piqua, passed away at 5:05 a.m., at her mothers's home.|
She was the daughter of Joe and Loretta (Brooks) Douglas. On Jun 1, 1985, she married David W. McMaster, who survives.
Also surviving are a son, Curtis D., Piqua; a daughter, Kristen A. Douglas, Piqua; four brothers: Bill (Brenda) Douglas and David (Lisa) Elmore, both Sidney, Ronald (Elaine) Douglas, TN, and Mike Elmore, Ft. Loramie; and a sister, Kathy (Donald) O'Quinn, Sidney.
She was a dietary cook at Garbry Ridge Assisted Living for several years until her illness. She was raised in the Baptist Faith and was an avid lover of her pets, especially her 3 dogs.
Funeral Services will be at Cromes Funeral Home, with Rev. Harold McKnight officiating.
|Douglas, Patricia (I243)
|181||Paul Daniel "Danny" Campbell, 74, of Shady Valley, Tenn. passed away on Wednesday, October 11, 2017, in the Sycamore Shoals Hospital, Elizabethton, Tenn., surrounded by his loving family. He was born in Damascus, Va. on November 8, 1942, a son of the late Paul and Ethel Campbell. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a daughter, Patricia Roberts. He had lived in Glen Burnie, Md. before moving back to Damascus, Va. in 1958, and was a resident of Shady Valley, Tenn. for many years. He was a Veteran of the U.S. Army and was a retired truck driver from R & B Trucking. He was of the Protestant faith. He is survived by his loving wife of 53 years, Joyce Campbell; three daughters, Jennifer Dixon and husband, Mike, of Bristol, Va., Melissa Norris and husband, Billy, of Shady Valley, Tenn., and Melinda Tunnell and husband, Jeff, of Johnson City, Tenn.; one son, Robert Campbell of Damascus, Va.; two sisters, Rita Trent and husband, Mike, of Gray, Tenn. and Kathi Mahala and husband, Walt, of Glade Spring, Va.; 10 grandchildren, Shane, Dani, Jason, Mitchell, Haley, Dude, Jarrett, Mekenzie, Morgan, and Mason; 11 great grandchildren, and several niece and nephews. The family will receive friends from 6 until 8 p.m. Friday, October 13, 2017, at Garrett Funeral Home. The funeral service will be conducted at 11 a.m. Saturday, October 14, 2017, graveside at Sunset Memorial Park in Damascus, Va., with Pastor Greg Alderman officiating. Military graveside rites will be conducted by the V.F.W. Patton-Crosswhite Post No. 6975. In lieu of flowers, the family is requesting that donations be made to Shady Valley Volunteer Fire Department, 10114 US-421, Shady Valley, TN 37688.||Campbell, Paul Daniel (I4838)
|182||Perished in a vehicle accident||McConnell, Abraham B. (I3156)
|183||Porter is also listed as Porter L. Taylor in the Kentucky birth index with no father listed.||Taylor, Porter L. (I3964)
|184||Porter is listed in the 1940 census as 14 years old which would make him born about 1926. However, the 1930 census for his father shows his father as single.||Taylor, Porter L. (I3964)
|185||Posted by: Janet Sue Rigney Crass Date: April 19, 2001 at 12:13:50|
In Reply to: Re: RIGNEY in Jellico Tn. by jeanetta james spoelker of 1015
I remember a Lee Phillippini that visited my home in Newcomb, TN. My father was Floyd Rigney son of Fitchue and Rissie Broyles Rigney. He had 2 brothers, Oscar and Woodrow. His sisters were Grace ("Chip")Bowlin,Sis Douglas, Nan Douglas. My fatheher Floyd has 2 sons, James Freddie Rigney and Floyd Rigney Jr. ("Buck"). Freddie lives in Knoxville and Buck lives outside Jellico. I have a sister, Sandra Jean Rigney Kidd who lives in Newcomb. I am an Associate Professor of Computer Science at Northeast State Technical Community College (nstcc.cc.tn.us) and I live in Johnson City. Thanks for all of your information. :.)
|Rigney, Grace (I3609)
|186||Ralph Dean Widener, age 64, of Damascus, died Friday, March 12, 1999 in Bristol Regional Medical Center. Mr. Widener was a native of Washington County and had lived in Pocahontas for 33 years before returning to Damascus in 1991. He retired from American Electric Power Company in 1995, was a U.S. Army veteran of the Korean War and a member of the American Legion. He was of the Methodist faith. Survivors include his wife, Elwanda "Wanda" Widener; one daughter and son-in-law, Rebecca Ann and Bob Moore Jr. of Damascus; three brothers, Samuel Widener and Jerry Widener, both of Damascus, Paul G. Widener Jr. of Glade Spring; one brother-in-law, Herbert Cook; two sisters-in-law, Eula Widener and Dawn Widener; several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were conducted Sunday, March 14, at 2 p.m. in Wright's Chapel United Methodist Church with the Rev. Warren Wilson, the Rev. Harry Layell and the Rev. Gary Ritchie officiating. Burial was in Sunset Memorial Park in Damascus. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Cancer Society, 165 E. Main St., Abingdon, VA 24210. Johnson Funeral Home in Damascus was in charge of arrangements.||Widener, Ralph Dean (I32)
|187||Ran a general store in Kennesaw, Nebraska and was mayor of Kennesaw for many years.||Widener, John Roy (I6382)
|188||Raymond Q. Schooler|
Raymond Q. Schooler, 73, of Jellico, died April 19 at the University of Tennessee Medical Center in Knoxville. He was born March 17, 1940 in Valley Creek.
He was preceded in death by his father, Howard Schooler; mother, Lillian Webb Schooler; wife, Estia Monday schooler.
He is survived by his sister, Joan Hanson; nephew, Ralph Monday; great-nephews; Logan Monday and Landon Monday; a host of friends and family to mourn his passing.
Entombment was April 22 at Sherwood Memorial Gardens in Alcoa.
Harp Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
Published in LaFollette Press on Apr. 25, 2013
|Schooler, Raymond Quinton (I1427)
|189||Richard Warren Schlueter|
1942 - 2013 | Notice | Condolences
Richard Warren Schlueter Notice
Schlueter, Richard Warren Born in Milwaukee, WI January 11, 1942 and died in Ocala, FL August 20, 2013. Survived by his wife, Linda and sons; David (Dawn) and Thomas (Terri), grandchildren; Alexandra and Maxwell, other relatives and many friends. Visitation August 27, 2013 at 9:30-10:30 AM service to follow at Wisconsin Memorial Park, 13235 W. Capitol Dr. In lieu of flowers, memorials to St. John's Lutheran Church in Lannon, WI.
Published in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on Aug. 25, 2013
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|Schlueter, Richard Warren (I0363)
|190||RIDGE, RUTH ANN WRIGHT - age 77, of Knoxville, passed away Thursday, November 27, 2014, at UT Medical Center.|
She was a member of St. Paul United Methodist Church and preceded in death by her husband, Donald H. Ridge; and sister, Virginia Slimp.
Survivors nephew, Jeff Slimp; and niece, Cathy Slimp both of Knoxville.
The family and friends will meet 1:45 p.m. Tuesday at Caledonia Cemetery for a graveside service and interment at 2:00 p.m. with Reverend Danny Neal officiating. Stevens Mortuary, Oglewood Avenue at North Broadway is serving the family of Mrs. Ridge.
|Wright, Ruth Ann (I4809)
|191||ROANOKE, Va. Katherine DeBusk Herald passed away peacefully on Tuesday, January 9, 2018, in Roanoke, Virginia. She was preceded in death by her husband, Hugh Herald; her parents, Ellis and Lillian DeBusk; and her sister, Elizabeth McKenna. She ie is survived by her son, Roger and daughter-in-law, Cindy, Roanoke, Va.; two granddaughters, Melissa Almond and husband, Kenneth, Raleigh, N.C., and Laura Ruleman and husband, Josh, Vero Beach, Fla.; and several nieces and nephews. Katherine wae was a former resident of the Clinchburg Community and a graduate of Glade Spring High School and Bristol Commercial College. She was an active member of Mahanaim United Methodist Church for many years where she served in various roles including a United Methodist Youth Fellowship leader. After living in Abingdon, Virginia for several years, she moved to Roanoke, Virginia to be near family. She was a current member of Abingdon United Methodist Church. Katherine was a former employee of the US Gypsum Commissary and after a few years as a stay at home Mom, she completed a Cosmetology program at Washington County Technical School. She established and worked in her own beauty shop for several years. She also worked many years fos for Washington County, retiring from the Commissioner of the Revenue office. A celebration of life service will be held at 2 p.m. on Saturday, January 13, 2018, at Henderson Funeral Home in Saltville, Va., with the Rev. Barry Loupe officiating. A visitation time will be from 12:30 to 2 p.m. preceding the service. Interment to follow the service in Mount Rose Cemetery. Those wishing to make memorial contributions are asked to consider Mahanaim United Methodist Church, P.O. Box 310, Glade Spring, VA 24340 or Abingdon United Methodist Church, 101 East Main Street, Abingdon, VA 24210. Online condolences may be made at drhendersonfuneralhome.com D.R. Henderson Funeral Home in Saltville, Va., is honored to be serving the Katherine DeBusk Herald family.||DeBusk, Katherine Bernice (I4924)
|192||Robert L. McConnell, 93, of Dixon, passed away on Friday, February 17, 2023, in Dixon, at his home, surrounded by family. He worked for Dixon Metal Specialties, performing auto body repair.|
Robert was born, on June 18, 1929, in Dixon, the son of Charles and Margaret (Rosenbaum) McConnell. He married Luella (Hooper) McConnell on March 2, 1963, in New Hartford IA. She proceeded him in death on April 1, 2006. He served in the U.S. Army from 1948 - 1953. He enjoyed fishing, woodworking, and family.
Robert is survived by five children, Raymond (Charlotte) McConnell, of NC, John McConnell, of NC, Edward McConnell, of NC, Pam (Doug) Gardner, of Dixon, Lisa (Chris) Mighell, of TN; five step-children, Linda Wright, of Dixon, Donna Cochran, of Harmon, Vernon "Butch" (Deb) Burgett, of Florida, Melvin Burgett, of Dixon, and Debra (Larry) LaCoursiere, of Dixon; 25 grandchildren; and 37 great-grandchildren.
Robert was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Luella McConnell; one son, Ronald McConnell; four sisters, Clara Early, Mae Buccola, Mary Johns, Ruth Kanzler; three brothers, Abraham McConnell, Steven Roy McConnell, John (Pat) McConnell, one grandson, Paul Newman; and two sons-in-law, Doc Wright, Willie Cochran.
A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date at the Dixon VFW post 540. Cremation Rites have been accorded. Burial of cremains with full military rites provided by the local veteran’s organizations will be at Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens, Dixon.
A memorial has been established to the Dixon VFW Post 540. Any and all memorials should be directed to Preston-Schilling Funeral Home, C/O Robert McConnell family, 213 Crawford Ave. Dixon, Illinois 61021.
Arrangements were completed by Preston-Schilling Funeral Home in Dixon.
Condolences may be sent to www.prestonschilling.com.
|McConnell, Robert Lee (I3154)
|193||Robert Larimer was born in Virginia circa 1790.3,4|
Marriage 6 Dec 1810 He married Sally McKee on 6 Dec 1810 in Washington County, Virginia.5
The correct spelling of Sally's last name is not clear to me at this time. The abstracted marriage record spells it McReed. However a letter written by Sally's great granddaughter to Judge Redmond Cole states that Sally's surname was McKee. It might also be noted that the 1820 census for Washington County lists several McKee households but none for the surname McReed or McRead.6
Land-Buy 18 Jun 1816. On 18 Jun 1816 Robert appears to have purchased 2 tracts of land from his father [the deed was from John Larimer Sr. to Robert Larimer but no relationship was stated]. The larger of the two contained 174 acres; Robert paid $400 for it. The sale exempted the old house which was to remain in John's possession. Jane [John's estranged wife] was not included on the deed [at John's death she sued for her dower share].7
Cens-Sum Although the census records prior to 1850 only list the head of the household by name, some information can be inferred from the tally marks in the various age columns. Robert appears as the head of a Washington County household in al all 3 census years available for the county prior to 1850. In 1820 his household included 4 males under the age of 10 which would be consistent with Robert's first 4 known sons: Andrew, William, John and James. Robert would have been representnteted a as the male age 26 to 45. However 3 females under 10 are also listed. One was probably daughter Jane. Who were the others? Did Sally have 7 children between 1811 and 1820 or were there other young relatives in the household? Also present in 182820 were 2 females aged 26-45. One no doubt represented Sally. The other female was probably Robert's unmarried sister Ann. The household also included a female over 45 who was most likely Robert's mother. She and Robert's father John Larimer did not live together and John's will specified that he had assisted his sons John and Robert in caring for their mother.
By 1830 7 males under 20 were listed in Robert's household. They appear to match the expected ages for his known sons: Andrew, William, John, James, Isaac, Robert and Samuel. Five females under 20 were tallied. One likely represented Robert's daughter Jane. But who were the others? Two females age 30 to 40 were also listed. Presumably one was Robert's wife and the other was most likely his sister Ann. In addition Robert's mother was again most likely represented by the tally in the 80-90 year old female column.
Robert's 1840 household included 2 males age 5 to 10 that I cannot account for. Other tally marks appear to represent sons James, Isaac, Robert and Samuel. Robert's 3 older sons (Andrew, John and William) were enumerated as heads of their own hoouseholds in 1840. Jane Larimer [Robert's mother] was also enumerated as the head of a household in 1840. She was aged 90-100. A 40 to 50 year old female was tallied with her, no doubt representing her daughter Ann. And as might then be expected, Robert's household does not include an older woman in 1840. And it includes just one female in the 40-50 year old age range, presumably Robert's wife. The enumeration also includes 2 females aged 20 to 30; one would be Robert's daughter Jane who did not marry until 1847. Did Robert also have a daughter Margaret? The Washington County marriage records include the marriage of a Margaret Larimer to a David Denton in 1847.8,9,10
Marriage 18 Jul 1847 He married Rachel Debusk on 18 Jul 1847 in Johnson County, Tennessee.11
Cens-1850 13 Sep 1850 Robert and Rachel were enumerated in Washington County, Virginia, when the first census to list all members of a household was recorded. Robert was listed as a 60 year old farmer who owned land valued at $1,600. Rachel was 20. Also living in the household were: Samuel 21, Ann 14, Roulen [probably Paulser] 2 and Christopher, 8 months.4
Samuel was Robert's son from his first marriage. Ann may have been the daughter of Robert's son Andrew who had died the previous year (although Ann appears to have also been enumerated in her stepfather's household). The 1840 census tally dt Robert himself had a daughter in this age range. Living 1 household away was Robert E. Larimer [Robert's son from his first marriage] And not far away was James Larimer [another son from Robert's first marriage].
Robert and Rachel may have also had a son David, born around 1851, who died of scarlet fever in January, 1858 or January 1860. It is also possible, though less likely, that David was the son of Robert's son Robert from his first marriage. Rlear to have also had a son Andrew who was born about 1853 and died in 1855. He may have been named in memory of Robert's older son Andrew who died about 1849.12,13
Cens-1860 9 Aug 1860 Ten years later Robert and Rachel were again enumerated on the Washington County census. Robert, now 70, stated that his land was worth $4,000 and his personal property was valued at $2,000. In addition to Rachel, now 30, the family included 4 children: Paulser, Christopher, Sallie [Sarah] and 2 year old Virginia.14
Robert and Rachel also had at least 1 and probably 2 additional children after the 1860 enumeration.
Death 8 Jun 1875 Robert died on 8 Jun 1875.3
Burial He was buried at Rock Spring Cemetery in Washington County, Virginia.3
Will-Recd 28 Jun 1875 Robert's will was recorded on 28 Jun 1875 in Washington County. He left the bulk of his estate to Rachel, as long as she remained his widow. Robert also left $1 to each of the children by his first wife, but did not name t the children. He also left $1 to "daughter Jane Widener by my last wife". Robert noted that they had already received their share. Following Rachel's death Robert's land was to be divided among his 4 sons: Palser, Christopher, Charlie and Emett. He also left daughter Sally a horse, saddle and bridle.15
Probate Recd 29 Nov 1877 Settlement papers for Robert's estate were recorded in late 1877. Equal payments of $1 were made to: T. J. Larimer, Robert E. Larimer, James Larimer, Sarah Larimer, William Larimer, John M. McCall and Phebe A. Davis. Each of these individuals was identified as a devisee without further clarification. Other payments included $10 to Dr. Hutton and $24 to Dr. Dunn.
|Larimer, Robert C. (I2053)
|194||Roger Dale Shell, 59, of Ages, passed away Friday, November 28, 2014, at his home. Born September 18, 1955 in Harlan County, he had lived here all of his life. Roger was a coal truck driver, attended the Ages Mountain Assembly Church of God, and loved old cars.|
He is preceded in death by his parents, Jacqueline Rigney Shell and Ernest Shell.
Survivors include his wife, Kathy Ledford Shell, Ages; six children, Roger Shell, Ages; Crystal Moore, Brittains Creek; Penny Ledford, Ages; Tammy Ledford, Baxter; Rodney Ledford, Baxter; and Dennis Ledford, Ages; one brother, Stevie ?Mack? Shell, Ages; six sisters, Brenda Reddington, Evarts; Faye Riggs, Middlesboro; Cathy Cole, Ages; Sheila Tarter, Jonesville, VA; Lisa Wells, Jonesville, VA; and Debbie Webb, Jonesville, VA. Also surviving are 13 grandchildren, 2 great-grandchildren and a host of other family and friends.
Visitation will be held Saturday after 2 PM at the Ages Mountain Assembly Church of God. Funeral services will be conducted Sunday, November 30, 2014, at 2 PM at the Ages Mountain Assembly Church of God with the Reverend Donnie Harrison officiating. Burial will follow in the Ages-Brookside Cemetery with Roger Shell, Rodney Ledford, Dennis Ledford, and other family and friends will serve as pallbearers.
|Shell, Roger (I4544)
|195||Roster of the Men and Women Who Served in the Army or Naval Service (Including the Marine Corps) of the United States or its Allies from the State of North Dakota in the World War, 1917-1918 Volume 4 Rich to Zygmond|
Name: Wade Widener
Army #: 4,421,468
Registrant: yes, Nelson county
Birth Place: Abington, Va.
Birth Date: 22 Jul 1893
Parent's Origin: of American parents
Comment: inducted at Lakota on Sept. 3, 1918; sent to Camp Dodge, Iowa; served in Company G, 5th Limited Service Regiment, Camp Grant, Ill., to Oct. 21, 1918; 3rd Company, Ordnance Camp, Penniman, Va., to Dec. 24, 1918; 7th Company, 2nd Battalion, 155th Depot Brigade, to Jan. 9, 1919; 8th Company, 163rd Depot Brigade, to discharge. Discharged at Camp Dodge, Iowa, on Jan. 21, 1919, as a Private.
|Widener, Wade H. (I4174)
|196||Rough Notes: Cemetery stone says Mary L.||Widener, Mary Jane (I8)
|197||Ruth Evelyn Schooler|
82, of Indianapolis, passed away February 9, 2013. She was born October 28, 1930 to the late Claude and Ella (Johnson) Benge in LaFollett, TN. She was a sales clerk for LS Ayers for 17 years retiring in 1973. She was also a salesperson for Avoooon where she and earned the Presidents Club award. Ruth was active in the PTA and was past president. She was a member of Westview Baptist Church in Indianapolis, where she held various offices in the church as well as being their organist for 45 years. She is survived by her husband, John Fred Schooler; her children, Donna Simmons, Joan (Roger) Ridenour, and John "Rick" (Cindy) Schooler; a brother, Robert (Louise) Benge; a half-sister, Opal Lambdin; 5 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be at 11:00 am Saturday, February 16, 2013 in the Westview Baptist Church, 2025 Westview Dr. (corner of Belmont and Morris St.) in Indianapolis, IN 46221, where friends may call at the church on Friday, February 15 from 4:00 pm until 8:00 pm and one hour prior to services at the church on Saturday. Entombment will be in West Ridge Park Cemetery, Indianapolis. Memorial contributions may be made to Westview Baptist Church.
|Benge, Ruth Evelyn (I3722)
August 12, 1936 - September 30, 2019
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Ruth Lawson, age 83 of Oak Ridge and a former resident of Oak Ridge, passed away, Monday, September 30, 2019 at Diversicare in New Tazwell. She was born August 12, 1936 in Clinton. She lived in Summerville, South Carolina for 12 years and retired from Summerville Dress Factory where she worked as a clothing inspector.
She was a member of Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church in Oliver Springs.
Preceded in death by parents, Pettibone and Marie Rigney Mitchell; four sisters and seven brothers.
Ruth is survived by her husband, John Lawson; by sons, Roger Lawson and wife Gladys of Oak Ridge, Scott Lawson and wife Marivic of Karns; by three grandchildren, Kendrick Lee, Kyshana Faye and Tristan.
The family will receive friends Tuesday, October 1, 2019 between the hours of 5:00pm ? 7:00pm at Premier Sharp Funeral Home with funeral service following at 7:00pm in the chapel with Pastor Garvan Walls officiating. Burial and graveside service will be held Wednesday, October 2, 2019 at 11:00 am at Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church Cemetery. Premier Sharp Funeral Home is honored to serve the Lawson family and invite you to share an online condolence at www.sharpfh.com
|Mitchell, Ruth (I3390)
|199||Samuel M. Larimer was born in Washington County, Virginia, circa 1830 as estimated from the 1850 census and his marriage record. However the 1860 census recorded his age as 37, suggesting a birth year closer to 1823.2,4|
Cens-1850 13 Sep 1850 In 1850 Samuel was recorded living in the home of his father and stepmother in Washington County. Samuel at 21 was a year older than his stepmother Rachel.4
Marriage 27 Sep 1855 He married Phoebe Ann Snodgrass, daughter of Moses Snodgrass and Margaret Long Redshaw, on 27 Sep 1855 in Washington County, Virginia.2
Cens-1860 1 Aug 1860 Following their marriage Samuel and Phoebe established a household adjacent to that of Phoebe's widowed mother (Margaret Snodgrass) in Washington County. Samuel's 1860 census entry did not indicate that he owned land, however Margaret Snodgrass owned land valued at $1,500. Since there were no males living in her household, Samuel likely cared for his mother-in-law's farm. When the census was enumerated that summer, Samuel and Phoebe's family included 4 month old Sarah.5
Samuel M. Larimer may have been the Samuel Larmer who enlisted at Saltville, Virginia on May 1, 1863 as a private in Company F of the 63rd Infantry. Samuel's records indicate that he was ill at home during the late summer and early fall of 1,h he rejoined his company. However he was admitted to a hospital near Atlanta, Georgia on Sept. 11, 1864, suffering from dysentery and died on Sept. 15th.6
Death before Feb 1869 Samuel died before Feb 1869 at which time Phoebe was appointed guardian of Sarah Jane and Laura Larimer, children of Samuel M. Larimer, deceased.7
|Larimer, Samuel M. (I3831)
|200||Samuel Maurice "Maury" Rouse, age 69, of Morristown, passed away on Tuesday, January 4, 2005, at Lakeway Regional Hospital. He was a member of Witt Baptist Church. He was a retired truck driver from Appalachian Oil Company with 32 years of service.|
He was preceded in death by his parents, Sam and Hattie Johnson Rouse; brother, Neil Rouse; and nieces, Kim and Kathy Thompson.
Survivors include his wife of 16 years, Peggy Rouse; children: Jimmy and wife, Sherry Hobby; Kathy Burnside; Jeff and wife, Nellie Holt; brothers, Clarence and wife, Tut Rouse, and Harold and wife, Sivey Rouse; sister, Mary Sam Rynak and husband, John; several grandchildren; several nieces and nephews; special nephews, Lynton Jr. and Randy Sawyer; sister-in-law and brother-in-law, Oneita and Lynton Sawyer; and sister-in-law, Janice Smith.
Funeral services will be conducted on Thursday, January 6, 2005, at 8:00 p.m. in the chapel of Mayes Mortuary with the Rev. Danny Georges officiating.
Family and friends will meet for the entombment service on Friday, January 7, 2005, at 11:00 a.m. in the Chapel of Memories Mausoleum in Hamblen Memory Gardens.
|Rouse, Samuel Maurice (I6592)
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